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Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner electionFor up to date results information please go to our Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner election results page.
Elections for Police and Crime Commissioners took place across England (except London) and Wales on 15 November 2012.
The Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner will replace the Sussex Police Authority. This individual will be responsible for overseeing the Chief Constable, and holding the police force to account.
Declarations of Results
- Sussex - Declaration at end of First Count [pdf 17kb]
- Sussex - Declaration at end of Second Count [pdf 15kb]
- Brighton & Hove - Certificate of First Count Totals [pdf 51kb]
- Brighton & Hove - Statement of rejected ballot papers at First Count [pdf 31kb]
- Brighton & Hove - Certificate of Second Count Totals [pdf 18kb]
- Brighton & Hove - Statement of rejected ballot papers at Second Count [pdf 18kb]
List of candidates
The candidates who were in the running for the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner were:
- Tony Armstrong - UKIP
- Katy Elizabeth Bourne - The Conservative Party Candidate
- Ian Chisnall - Independent
- Godfrey Daniel - Labour Party Candidate
- David Rogers - Liberal Democrat
Information about all the candidates and what they were standing for is available at www.choosemypcc.org.uk.
The following notices have been published:
- Notice of Election [PDF 18KB]
- Notice of candidates' election address submission [PDF 9KB]
- Statement of Persons Nominated [PDF 14KB]
- Notice of Election Agents' Names and Offices [PDF 13KB]
- Notice of Poll [PDF 11KB]
- Situation of Polling Stations in Brighton & Hove [PDF 33KB]
- Notice of Sub Agent's Names and Offices [PDF 23KB]
- The Home Office has a dedicated website devoted to the introduction of the Police and Crime Commissioners, including information for prospective candidates
- The Electoral Commission are producing information for voters and prospective candidates
- The Sussex Police Authority has also launched a website which includes more information about the roles and responsibilities of the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Police and Crime Panel
- West Sussex County Council will be hosting the Police and Crime Panel. Their website has information about how the panel works and details of its members and meetings
- View Brighton & Hove City Council's Policy & Resources Committee report recommending agreement of the panel
- Safe in the City provides further information about crime and community safety in the city