Find out more about the role and responsibilities of Norfolk’s first elected Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett, and his Deputy Jenny McKibben.
You can follow the progress of your PCC and Constabulary in tackling crime and disorder in Norfolk by attending a public meeting or reading the annual policing report.
Find out about the experts who support your PCC in tackling key issues such as alcohol and substance misuse, reoffending and domestic abuse.
From sharing your views from the comfort of your armchair to checking on the welfare of detainees in Norfolk’s custody facilities, there are lots of ways you can play your part in the work of your PCC.
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Elected Norfolk’s first Police and Crime Commissioner in November 2012, Stephen Bett is responsible for ensuring the county’s police force is efficient and effective.
Stephen and Deputy PCC Jenny McKibben set objectives for Norfolk’s police force, holding the Chief Constable to account for the service delivered to communities.
The PCC’s Police and Crime Plan steers the work of police and partners in tackling crime and disorder in the county.
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk
Building 8, Jubilee House
Norfolk, NR18 0WW
t: 01953 424455
f: 01953 424462
To report a crime, contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101. In an emergency always call 999.