Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Lorne Green, is taking his public meeting with the county’s Chief Constable ‘on the road’…

South Norfolk District Council, Long Stratton
Tuesday 14 November 2017- 5PM

Next week, Lorne and Chief Constable Simon Bailey will be heading to South Norfolk for their Police Accountability Forum meeting – the first one since the Chief Constable announced his proposed changes to the county’s policing model.

The formal business of the meeting will focus on the progress being made by the Force in delivering the priorities set by the PCC in Norfolk’s Police and Crime Plan. Those priorities are based on what Norfolk residents told Lorne mattered most to them.
Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe this part of the meeting to find out more about policing and crime in South Norfolk, as well as how the Constabulary is working to support victims, reduce vulnerability, deliver a modern and innovative service, and ensure taxpayers’ money is used efficiently and effectively.
The meeting will then be followed by an opportunity for people to ask their crime and policing questions.

Police Accountability Forum meeting begins at 5pm. The agenda and reports are available on the Norfolk PCC website –

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