Police and Crime Commissioner elections in Suffolk
On Thursday 15 November 2012, elections took place across the whole of the county to elect Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
A special website was set up for the Suffolk election which can be seen at www.suffolkparo.org.uk.
The result was declared by the Suffolk police area returning officer Stephen Baker in the afternoon of Friday 16 November.
Conservative candidate Tim Passmore was elected with a total of 36,946 votes after a count of second preference votes. Labour candidate Jane Basham was second with a total of 35,005 votes.
Independent candidate David Cocks recorded 14,217 first preference votes and UKIP candidate Bill Mountford recorded 11,179.
- Suffolk PCC election result notice (PDF 20KB)
- Final results breakdown by district (PDF 17KB)
- First round results breakdown by district (PDF 14KB)
Turnout: Waveney 15.9%, Ipswich 15.2%, Suffolk Coastal 18.1%, Forest Heath 13.7%, St Edmundsbury 16%, Mid Suffolk 16.4%, Babergh 15.3%.
Overall turnout for Suffolk: 16.01%.
Overall electorate: 552,780
Total votes: 88,497
View photos of the count at Martlesham police headquarters.
- Suffolk PCC election result notice (new window PDF 20KB)
- Notice of poll (new window PDF 25KB)
- Notice of situation of polling stations (new window PDF 42KB)
- Statement of persons nominated (new window PDF 18KB)
- Notice of appointment of agents (new window PDF 16KB)
- Notice of election addresses (new window PDF 25KB)
- Notice of election (new window PDF 20KB)