Representing Neighbourhood Watch throughout Hertfordshire
david lloyd wins the contest to become
Police and Crime Commissioner
David Lloyd, the Conservative party candidate, has been elected as the first Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Hertfordshire. He will begin work on November 22 and will serve as PCC until May 2016.
In the end, four candidates contested the election.
They were :-
Under the supplementary voting system, voters were asked to give a first and second preference.
No candidate received more than 50 per cent of the first preference votes. David Lloyd and Sherma Batson received the most first preference votes and so made it through to the second round.
Sherma Batson received 34,528 first preference votes and 8,302 second preference votes, giving her 42,830 votes in total.
David Lloyd received 54,686 first preference votes and 10,899 second preference votes, giving him 65,585 votes in total.
The Hertfordshire PCC is a newly-
The PCC is responsible for overseeing how crime is tackled in Hertfordshire and making sure that the police provide a good service.
A new web site has been created which will have lots of information about the work
of the PCC, at :-
HertsWatch congratulates David on his success, and looks forward to working closely with him over the next few years.
A new web site for HertsWatch
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