Birmingham City Council

Police and Crime Commissioner By-election

Thursday 21 August 2014

Due to the recent death of the Police and Crime Commissioner - Bob Jones - who was elected as the inaugural Commissioner in November 2012, an election will take place on Thursday 21 August throughout the West Midlands police force area.

The Police Area Returning Officer (PARO) for the West Midlands is Mark Rogers (who is also the Chief Executive of Birmingham City Council). It is the responsibility of the PARO to coordinate the election across the region and announce the regional result.

Poll cards will be delivered around the end of July.

Key dates to note:

Deadline to register to vote - Tuesday 5 August.

Deadline for requesting a postal vote - Wednesday 6 August - 5pm

Deadline for requesting a proxy vote - Wednesday 13 August- 5pm

Polling day Thursday 21August

Local result will be collated by Police Area Returning Officer in Birmingham on Friday 22 August.


For further information on the above election result please visit http://www.westmidlandspcc.info/

Previous Police and Crime Commissioner election


Thursday 15 November 2012 – Police and Crime Commissioner Elections

On Thursday 15 November, there were elections nationwide to elect Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) in each of the 41 Police Authority Areas. In Birmingham, we voted for a PCC for the West Midlands Police Area along with electors from Sandwell, Dudley, Coventry, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton.

Below are the results for the whole of the West Midlands Region.

Thursday 15 November 2012 – Police and Crime Commissioner Elections

On Thursday 15 November, there were elections nationwide to elect Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) in each of the 41 Police Authority Areas. In Birmingham, we voted for a PCC for the West Midlands Police Area along with electors from Sandwell, Dudley, Coventry, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton.

Below are the results for the whole of the West Midlands Region.


The Home Office were in charge of running this election, and they have further information available on their website http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/police/police-crime-commissioners/

The Electoral Commission will be publishing more information on their website. You can visit them on www.electoralcommission.org.uk

Further information from the West Midlands Police Authority can be found here http://www.west-midlands-pa.gov.uk/crimecommissioner.asp

There is also a dedicated website about the election which you can access on http://www.westmidlandspcc.info/