Election 2016

Billings re-elected as South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner

Dr Alan Billings Image copyright South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Image caption Dr Billings received more than 144,000 votes

Labour's Dr Alan Billings had been re-elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire.

Dr Billings received 144,978 of the votes. His nearest challenger was UKIP's Gavin Felton who polled 57,062.

Ian Walker of the Conservatives came third with 29,904.

Dr Billings was first elected to the role in October 2014 after the resignation of previous incumbent Shaun Wright following the Rotherham child abuse scandal.

Candidates are listed alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the results

South Yorkshire
Candidate Party
Alan Billings Labour 144, 978
Gavin Felton UKIP 57,062
Ian Walker Conservative 29,904
Joe Otten Liberal Democrat 28,060
David Allen English Democrats 19,144

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