Police and Crime Commissioner elections 2012
On 15 November 2012, residents in the borough and across Surrey voted for the first Police and Crime Commissioner for the Surrey police force area.
|HURLEY, Kevin||Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief||52,793 (1st preference 34,378, 2nd preference 18,415) ELECTED|
|ILES, Julie||The Conservative Party Candidate||45,068 (1st preference 34,391, 2nd preference 10,677)|
The overall turnout for Surrey was 15.70%.
Other candidate totals and local borough breakdown
Guildford Borough Council co-ordinated the election on behalf of the Surrey Police Area Returning Officer (PARO).
PCC election results (Guildford Borough Council website) - for details of the results
For the voting area of Reigate & Banstead
Notice of declaration.
The role of the Police and Crime Commissioner
The job of the Police and Crime Commissioner will be to ensure the policing needs of their communities are met as effectively as possible, bringing communities closer to the police, building confidence in the system and restoring trust. Police and Crime Commissioners will give the public a voice at the highest level and give the public the ability to ensure their police are accountable.
Further information on the Police and Crime Commissioner is available from the Surrey County Council website.