A by-election for the South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner was held on Thursday 30 October 2014.
The results of the election for are as follows:
|Allen, David||English Democrats – 'Putting England First'||8583 (5.8%)|
|Billings, Alan||Labour||74,060 (50.02%)|
|Clarkson, Jack||UK Independence Party (UKIP)||46,883 (31.66%)|
|Walker, Ian||Conservative||18,536 (12.52%)|
Alan Billings, the Labour party candidate, was elected.
- The total number of valid first preference votes: 148,062.
- The number of ballot papers rejected at first count: 2299.
- The turnout in the South Yorkshire Police area at this election: 14.88%.
Statements of count totals and rejected ballot papers from the first count for each voting area: