Police and Crime Commissioner elections

The election for the Police and Crime Commissioner was held on Thursday 05 May 2016.

Document Date available/added
Election Timetable 30 March 2016
Polling Stations 30 March 2016
Notice of Election 30 March 2016
Notice of Candidates Election Address Submission 30 March 2016
Statement as to Persons Nominated 8 April 2016
Notice of Election Agents' Names and Offices 8 April 2016
Notice of Poll 26 April 2016
Location of polling stations  26 April 2016
Statement As To Verification Of Ballot Papers (with turnout) 6 May 2016
Form C Statement as to First Stage Result for Scarborough 6 May 2016
Form E Statement as to Second Stage Result for Scarborough 6 May 2016
Declaration of Second Count North Yorkshire 6 May 2016
Find out more about the election and the candidates at choosemypcc.org.uk

Elections are held every four years and for the North Yorkshire police force area the following councils will hold elections.

  • City of York Council
  • Craven District Council
  • Hambleton District Council
  • Harrogate District Council
  • Richmondshire District Council
  • Ryedale District Council
  • Scarborough Borough Council
  • Selby District Council

For each police force area, one council will act as the lead authority to undertake the nominations of candidates and co coordinating of the results.  For North Yorkshire, the lead authority is Ryedale District Council.

More information about the local Police Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire.