2016 Police and Crime Commissioner Election
Elections for the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) took place on Thursday 5 May 2016. Rushcliffe Borough Council was the lead authority for this election.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire is Labour candidate, Paddy Tipping who was re-elected on 6 May with 82,749 votes.
- Declaration of Result: Police Crime Commissioner Election 5 May 2016
- First Count Results: Police Crime Commissioner Election 5 May 2016
- Second Count Results: Police Crime Commissioner Election 5 May 2016
Voters in 41 police force areas in England & Wales, excluding London, will elect a Police and Crime Commissioner for their force area.
Visit the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner website for more information about the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
There are 8 authorities that will be holding elections to collectively decide the successful candidate for the PCC for the Nottinghamshire police area. They are:
- Ashfield District Council
- Bassetlaw District Council
- Broxtowe District Council
- Gedling Borough Council
- Mansfield District Council
- Newark and Sherwood District Council
- Nottingham City Council
- Rushcliffe Borough Council
- Statement of persons nominated and notice of poll: PCC election 2016
- Notice of Election Agents Names and Offices: PCC election 2016
- Notice of Sub Agents, Names and Offices: PCC election 2016
The PCC candidate information website will have details of who is standing in the PCC election in Notts from 13 April 2016. Alternatively, you can call 0800 1070708 to request a candidate booklet.
Notice of Election
- PCC Notice of Election
- Candidates' Election Addresses Public Notice
- 5 May PCC elections - Candidate Election Address template
- Situation of Polling Station Notice