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Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley election – Thursday 2 May 2024

Matthew Barber (Conservative Candidate –  More Police, Safer Streets) has been elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley.

The results:

  • The total number of ballot papers verified – 455,718
  • The total number of rejected ballot papers – 7,207
  • The total number of valid votes – 448,495

You can also see a breakdown of statistics for the Vale of White Horse about the requirement to show photo ID when voting at a polling station.

Name of candidate (surname first)DescriptionNumber of votes
BARBER
Matthew David
Conservative Candidate
– More Police, Safer Streets
144,092 Elected
BEARDER
Tim
Liberal Democrats84,341
FOWLER
Russell Douglas
Independent31,460
HOLDEN-CROWTHER
Ben
More Police Officers for
Thames Valley
46,853
STARKEY
Tim
Labour and Co-operative Party141,749
  • Want of an official mark – 2
  • Voting for more than one candidate – 896
  • Writing or mark by which the voter can be identified – 9
  • Unmarked – 2,672
  • Void for uncertainty – 3,628

Click here to view – the Police and Crime Commissioner Election 2024 Declaration of Result of Poll

Click here to view – the Statement of Local Result – Vale of White Horse District Voting Area only (PCC Election 2024)

Click here to view – the result of Verification of Ballot Paper Accounts Thames Valley Area (PCC Election 2024)

Click here to view – the Result of Verification of Ballot Paper Accounts – Vale of White Horse Area only (PCC election 2024)

You can find more information about the candidates on the Choose My PCC website.

More about the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner

The Police and Crime Commissioner is the elected representative who oversees how crime is tackled in a police force area. Their aim is to cut crime and to ensure the police force is effective. They are elected for a four-year term. 

Information for candidates and agents

West Berkshire Council is responsible for the nominations process for this election. Please contact the West Berkshire Electoral Services Team for further information. 

Election notices

Once available, we will provide links here to the official election notices which will be hosted on the Thames Valley Police Area Returning Officer webpage provided by West Berkshire Council

Contact us - Electoral services

01235 422528
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Vale of White Horse District Council
Abbey House
Abbey Close
Abingdon
OX14 3JE