Ann Barnes elected Kent's first Police and Crime Commissioner

INDEPENDENT candidate Ann Barnes has been elected as Kent's first Police and Crime Commissioner and will be accountable for how crime is tackled across the county.

She was joined in the second vote run-off by Conservative candidate Craig Mackinlay having secured 95,901 first preference votes to Mr Mckinlay’s 51,671.

The final second preference results were 18,236 to 8,577.

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6:09pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Have your say says...

Oh dear oh dear we now have a plank instead of a wooden top running the old bill
Oh dear oh dear we now have a plank instead of a wooden top running the old bill Have your say

8:53pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Beckenham Chris says...

she will be gone within a few months when its realised how far out of her depth she is .
she will be gone within a few months when its realised how far out of her depth she is . Beckenham Chris

12:24am Sat 17 Nov 12

charity begins at home says...

Tend to agree with above comment, time will tell................
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Tend to agree with above comment, time will tell................ ....... charity begins at home

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