Police and Crime Commissioner Election

Police and Crime Commissioner Election

View details on the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election: date, the role, timetable, candidate requirements, and voting process.

Upcoming election

The election gives the public their chance to decide who should be accountable in their area for how crime is tackled locally.

Thursday 2 May 2024

About the commissioner

The Police and Crime Commissioner oversee local police to ensure they meet community needs. They handle policing strategies, budgets, Council Tax for police, public information on police activities, and appoint/dismiss chief constables.

Our PCC covers the Humberside police area which includes the 4 local council areas:

East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Hull City Council
North Lincolnshire
North East Lincolnshire

Key election timetable dates

The timetable below show key dates for publications, deadlines and the polling day for the upcoming PCC election.

24 Apr
Register for proxy vote

Deadline for registering for voting by proxy.

24 Apr
Register for Voter Authority Certificate

Deadline for registering for a Voter Authority Certificate.

24 Apr
Notice of Poll

Publish the Notice of Poll.

25 Apr
Deadline for appointing agents

Key deadline day for appointment of sub-agents; polling agents; counting agents.

2 May
7am - 10pm
Polling day

Date of election for Police and Crime Commissioner.

3 May
Verification and count

Verification and counting of ballot papers.

Full statutory election timetable

The Electoral Commission has produced a timetable with the statutory schedule for the upcoming Humberside Police Crime Commissioner election.


Each candidate has prepared an election statement as part of their campaign which also includes their contact information.

Get in touch

Our friendly team is always happy to help and answer any questions you have.

Election notices

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To vote in a PCC election you must:

be registered to vote
be 18 or over on the day of the election (‘polling day’)
be a British, Irish, qualifying Commonwealth or EU citizen
be resident at an address in England or Wales (excluding London)
not be legally excluded from voting
Please note

You can only vote once and this must be from your home (primary) address.

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