Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner

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Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner
Incumbent
David Munro

since 5 May 2016
Police and crime commissioner of Surrey Police
Reports to Surrey Police and Crime Panel
Appointer Electorate of Surrey
Term length Four years
Constituting instrument Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011
Precursor Surrey Police Authority
Inaugural holder Kevin Hurley
Formation November 2012
Deputy Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
Salary £85,000

The Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner is the police and crime commissioner, an elected official tasked with setting out the way crime is tackled by Surrey Police in the English County of Surrey. The post was created in November 2012, following an election held on 15 November 2012, and replaced the Surrey Police Authority. The current incumbent is David Munro, who represents the Conservative Party.

List of Surrey Police and Crime Commissioners[edit]

Name Political party Dates
Kevin Hurley Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief 15 November 2012 to 5 May 2016
David Munro Conservative Party 6 May 2016 to present

2016 election[edit]

Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election, 2016
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative David Munro 82,125 35.33% 17,997 100,122 {{{totalpercent}}}
Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief Kevin Hurley 41,603 17.90% 16,078 57,681 {{{totalpercent}}}
Liberal Democrat Paul Kennedy 29,933 12.88%
Labour Howard Kaye 28,005 12.05%
UKIP Julia Searle 24,055 10.35%
Independent Jamie Goldrick 14,007 6.03%
Independent Camille Juliff 12,746 5.48%
Turnout 232,474 28.07%
Rejected ballots 7,461 3.11%
Total votes 239,935
Registered electors 854,648
Conservative gain from Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief

2012 election[edit]

Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election, 2012 [1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief Kevin Hurley 34,378 26.12% 18,415 52,793 {{{totalpercent}}}
Conservative Julie Iles 34,391 26.13% 10,677 45,068 {{{totalpercent}}}
Independent Peter Williams 26,292 19.97%
Labour Robert Evans 17,384 13.21%
UKIP Robert Shatwell 10,684 8.12%
Liberal Democrat Nick O'Shea 8,503 6.46%
Turnout 131,632 15.36%
Rejected ballots
Total votes
Registered electors 856,968
Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief win

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Certificate of result – second count Police and Crime Commissioner election, 15 November 2012". Guildford Borough Council. 16 November 2012. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016.