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Marc Jones elected as the next Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire

  • Last Updated: 17-05-2024 at 15:05

Marc Jones has been elected as the next Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire.

Mr Jones, the current PCC, won the vote by a margin of 7,700 votes – securing 39,639 overall across the county.

The results were as follows

Marc Jones (Con) 39,639

Mike Horder (Lab) 31,931

Peter Escreet (Reform) 15,518

Lesley Rollings (Lib Dem)13,330

David Dickason (English Democrat) 7,739

“I am honoured and delighted to be able to serve the people of Lincolnshire for a third term as Police and Crime Commissioner,” he said.

“I am proud of what I have been able to achieve over the last eight years and I look forward to building on that work. We are seeing crime figures fall and I intend to continue innovating and ensuring our money is spent effectively.

“Now the election is out of the way its time to get to work on delivering responsive and visible policing to our communities and to continue the fight for more funding.”

With the PCC vote the only election in huge parts of the county the turnout was down in most areas. While Lincoln City recorded a turnout of 28.7% the rest of the county was 19.09%.

Mr Jones is one of only handful of Commissioners to have been elected for three terms. He was elected in 2016 and again in 2021.

He will now serve a four-year term.