Labour candidate Paddy Tipping has been elected Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner. Tipping received 65919 votes. Independent candidate Malcom Spencer received 52789 votes.

Turnout at the election was 16%. The turnout across the country has ranged from 10-20%.

Tipping has said that he is “committed to working with local people for change.  I want to ensure that our Police listen and respond to the views of local residents.  Your concerns are my concerns and I’ll speak up for you with a strong voice”.

In a Question Time held at the University of Nottingham, Tipping also pledged to set up student surgeries.

Emily Tripp

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