Plaid Cymru's Dafydd Llywelyn has been reëlected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys.
At first, the Conservative Party candidate Jo Burns was leading Llywelyn by a narrow margin after the first preference votes were counted.
However, the Plaid Cymru candidate pulled ahead after second preference votes were added.
The final result saw Dafydd Llywelyn win 96,488 votes, while Jon Burns achieved 77,408 votes.
Labour's Alun Michael has been reëlected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys.
Michael comfortably beat his Conservative rival Steve Gallagher in first preference votes.
After all votes were tallied, Michael secured a total of 225,463 votes, while Gallagher won 127,844 votes.
Labour's Jeff Cuthbert has been reëlected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent.
After all votes were tallied, Cuthbert secured a total of 92,616 votes, beating the Conservative Party candidate Hannah Jarvis who won 60,536 votes.
Labour's Andy Dunbobbin has been elected as the Police and Crime commissioner for Gogledd Cymru.
After all votes were tallied, Dunbobbin garnered 98,034 votes, finishing ahead of the Conservatives' Pat Astbury who won 90,149 votes.
Plaid Cymru finished third, despite winning the region last time round.
Arfon Jones, who had previously held the post for Plaid, decided not to seek reëlection.