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Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales

This election was held on Thursday 2 May 2024.

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are elected to hold the police to account. They have responsibility for their police force's finance, and can appoint or dismiss the Chief Constable. Once elected, each PCC must produce a Police and Crime Plan, which sets their force's strategic direction.

Learn more: * Short summary of PCC powers from * Detailed explanation from the Institute for Government.

Visit the official election website.

People aged 16 and 17 are not eligible to vote in PCC elections.

4 candidates stood in the South Wales Police force area.

Electorate 986,759
Ballot Papers Issued 163,637
Spoilt Ballots 1,847
Turnout 16%

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