Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner Election, 2 May 2024

Police & Crime Commissioner Elections, 2 May 2024

Police & Crime Commissioner Elections will be held to elect a Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey on 2 May 2024.

The Local Returning Officer for these elections is Jacqueline King. She may be contacted at:
Town Hall, The Parade, Epsom Surrey KT18 5BY.  Telephone: 01372 732000

If you have any queries about these elections, contact Electoral Services on telephone 01372 732000 or e-mail:

Register to Vote

To vote at these elections you must be registered to vote. If you know that you are not registered because you have moved home recently then you can register online via The deadline to register to vote at this election is 16 April 2024. If you want to check if you are registered then you can contact us by e-mail at, or phone on 01372 732000.

Poll Cards

If you are already registered then you will receive a poll card giving information about polling hours and the address of your polling station soon after 25 March 2024. If you registered to vote after 11 March 2024 then your poll card will be sent out around 22 April 2024.

Photo ID in Polling Stations

You will need to show photo ID if you vote in person or are voting as proxy for someone (you should take your own ID not ID for the voter who you are proxy for).

There is more information about photo ID in polling stations on our website, including how to obtain free ID if you do not have any.

Can’t vote in person?

If you are not able to vote in person on 2 May 2024 you can either have a postal vote or appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf.

Apply for a Postal Vote at: Apply for a Postal Vote

Apply for a Proxy Vote at: Apply for a Proxy Vote

The deadline for postal vote applications is by no later than 5pm, Wednesday, 17 April 2024.

The deadline to appoint a proxy is by no later than 5pm, Wednesday, 24 April 2024.

Postal votes will be sent out by 1st class post from 19 to 23 April and we expect them to arrive between  22 and 25 April. If you are going on holiday before or close to that date, you may prefer to appoint a proxy.

If after 5pm on 24 April you become unwell, or for work reasons cannot vote in person, the deadline to appoint an emergency proxy is 5pm, Thursday, 2 May. Contact the elections office on 01372 732000 for more information on how to arrange one.

Returning Your Postal Vote Pack

Please note that there are new restrictions regarding the handing in Postal Votes at both Council Offices and Polling Stations. You will need to complete a declaration form if you hand in postal vote(s) and you will be restricted on the number you can hand in to no more than 6 including your own. If you do not complete the required form then your postal vote will be rejected and your vote will not count. This will also apply to postal votes put into the post boxes situated at the Town Hall.

This will not apply if you return your postal vote via Royal Mail.

Election results

Full information about the result of this election is provided below:

Declaration of Result – Epsom and Ewell
Declaration of Result - Surrey

Election Information and Official Notices

Standing as a Candidate - guidance on the Electoral Commission website
Notice of Election
Statement of Persons Nominated
Notice of Election Agents
Notice of Poll
Situation of Polling Stations 
Information regarding the candidates will be available from 10 April from