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David Keane has been elected as the new Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire.

Mr Keane will formally begin his role on 12 May.

David Keane said: "I am honoured to have been chosen by the people of Cheshire to be the next Police & Crime Commissioner.

"I was elected on three clear pledges I made to the Cheshire people — to deliver real neighbourhood policing; to back our police officers and get them back on the streets fighting crime and keeping us safe; and to focus on the delivery of your priorities to deliver a police service you can be proud of."

Mr Keane added: "I look forward to working with the chief constable to deliver for the people of Cheshire to make it one of the safest areas to live in the country."

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