It has been six months since the government brought in elected Police and Crime Commissioners.
They were brought in to replace the Police Authorities
Mark Burns-Williamson, former chairman of the West Yorkshire Police Authority, was elected with a majority of 61.5 per cent.
The turn out for the elections was 13.1 per cent.
Overall, the election process cost £75m in England and Wales.
Since he was elected, West Yorkshire Police have said overall crime has fallen by 10 per cent.
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