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The Police and Crime Commissioner is elected every 4 years by the people of the West Midlands.

The election for the Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands Police Area will take place on Thursday 2 May 2024.  The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) will be directly elected by voters from the seven local authorities that make up the West Midlands police area.

For more information on the election click here.

The last election took place on Thursday 6th May 2021. Total number of valid first preference votes was 608,036. The results were as follows.

CandidatePartyTotal VotesPercentage
Foster, Simon JohnThe Labour Party Candidate276,74345.51%
Hambleton, JoolsIndependent27,6644.55%
Hoath, Mark WilliamReform UK18,0022.96%
Hunt, JonLiberal Democrats38,5946.35%
Jaddoo, Desmond GustavusWe Matter Party7,7451.27%
Singh Sohal, JayThe Conservative Party Candidate239,28839.35%

The total of valid first and second preference votes for each of the remaining candidates is as follows:

CandidatePartyFirst stage votesSecond stage votesTotal Votes
Foster, Simon JohnThe Labour Party Candidate276,74324,663301,406
Singh Sohal, JagjeetThe Conservative Party Candidate239,28820,551259,839