Published Friday, 3rd May 2024

All districts and boroughs across Surrey are counting ballot papers today, 3 May, for the Police and Crime Commissioner elections for the Surrey Police force area.

Surrey PCC election 2024 turnout graphicThe overall turnout for Surrey is 29.9%.

​​​​​​The total number of verified ballot papers is 265,706 from a total electorate of 888,083 in Surrey.

​For the individual turnout for each borough and district voting area, please see table below.

All areas are now sorting and counting votes by candidate. The result will follow this afternoon.

There are four candidates standing for the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election. You can find more details on the PCC candidates page.

Mari Roberts-Wood, Managing Director at Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, is the Police Area Returning Officer (PARO) responsible for the Police and Crime Commissioner elections in Surrey this time, including ensuring they are run and promoted consistently across the county.

She is also the Returning Officer (RO) for the local Borough elections and the Electoral Registration Officer for Reigate & Banstead Borough Council.

Voting area Turnout Ballot papers verified Electorate
Elmbridge 37.9% 38,707 102,098
Epsom & Ewell 24% 14,128 59,220
Guildford 23% 24,035 104,704
Mole Valley 39.7% 26,786 67,528
Reigate & Banstead 34.8% 37,874 108,692
Runnymede 31.38% 18,984 60,494
Spelthorne 21.1% 16,545 78,303
Surrey Heath 20.2% 13,824 68,362
Tandridge 35.7% 23,333 65,397
Woking 37% 28,247 76,615
Waverley 24% 23,243 96,670