Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner election 2024 – result declared

The count for the Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner election has been completed today (4 May 2024) and the result declared.

Published: Saturday, 4th May 2024

PCC declaration Trowbridge 2024

For the first time, the Police and Crime Commissioner election used the first past the post system, with voters choosing a single candidate on the ballot paper. In previous years the supplementary vote system was used.

The results were as follows:

Stanka Adamcova (Labour and Co-operative Party) – 36,345
Alan Hagger (Liberal Democrats) – 20,485
Mike Rees (Independent) – 29,035
Philip Wilkinson (Conservative and Unionist Party) – 38,578

Therefore, Philip Wilkinson has been elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire. The result was declared at County Hall, Trowbridge.

The breakdown of the Swindon count results for the Police and Crime Commissioner election can be found on the Council's website.

The election saw an overall turnout of 22.72 per cent across Wiltshire and Swindon with 125,927 verified votes cast in total. 52,343 verified votes were cast in the Swindon local authority area (out of an electorate of 167,521) and 73,584 in the Wiltshire local authority area (out of an electorate of 386,384). Turnout in Swindon was 31 per cent.

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