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Clive Grunshaw voted in as Lancashire's first elected police and crime commissioner

Labour's Clive Grunshaw has been named as the new police and crime commissioner for Lancashire.

ELECTED: Clive Grunshaw

Labour's Clive Grunshaw has been named as the new police and crime commissioner for Lancashire.

Low turnouts were reported across the county with an average of 15.5 er cent in the elections on Thursday, November 15.

Mr Grunshaw beat out Afzal Anwar (Liberal Democrat), Tim Ashton (Conservative), Clive Grunshaw (Labour) and Rob Drobny (UK Independence Party).

The commissioner will oversee police budgets and determine the force's priorities across the county.

Mr Grunshaw officially takes up the role of PCC for Lancashire on November 22.

 
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