Help shape Norfolk's policing and crime priorities
Norfolk's new Police and Crime Commissioner, Giles Orpen-Smellie, has launched his Police and Crime Plan consultation, asking people across the county to tell him what matters most to them about crime and policing in their area. Giles was elected to the post in May 2021 and one of his key responsibilities is to publish a Police and Crime plan within his first year of office, which sets out the priorities for Norfolk Constabulary during his term.
The consultation was launched yesterday (26 July) and runs until Friday 20 August 2021. The responses, along with information from the Chief Constable and other partner organisations, will inform the development of the Police and Crime Plan. You can complete the survey here