Labour's Hardyal Dhindsa has been elected as the new Police & Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire with 78,858 votes. In second place was Conservative candidate Richard Bright with 77,245.
Voting took place on Thursday 5 May and the turnout here in the Derbyshire Dales was 23.4%.
View vote verification information for all districts in Derbyshire, including the Derbyshire Dales, on the Derby City Council website.
The total after the first round of counting on 6 May was:
- Labour 66,925
- Conservative 61,741
- Liberal Democrat 19,492
- UKIP 30,381
It meant that Hardyal Dhindsa and Richard Bright went forward to a second and final round of counting, when any second choice votes allocated to the Liberal Democrat and UKIP candidates were taken into account.