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Two years of Norfolk's first PCC

Stephen reflects on two years in office, reporting on the progress he's made in delivering his election pledges to Norfolk's communities.

Pledge update

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How are we doing?

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.

Our progress

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Meet the coordinators

Find out about the experts who support your PCC in tackling key issues such as alcohol and substance misuse, reoffending and domestic abuse.

More information

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Get involved

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.

Find out more

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Open and transparent

Your PCC is committed to being open and transparent about his work. Let us help you find the information you are looking for.

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Latest news

20
NOV
2014

My pledge: Rejecting party politics

Having stood in the PCC elections two years ago as an independent candidate, Stephen talks rejecting the influence of party politics in favour of making decisions in the interest of Norfolk’s people.
20
NOV
2014

“An impressive team doing impressive work” – Stephen

Stephen met with Suzi Heybourne and her team at the Magdalene Group on the latest leg of his tour of projects funded by his Safer Norfolk Fund. Among the work carried out by the Norwich-based...
20
NOV
2014

Stephen hears how lives are being changed

Stephen visited the Baseline Centre to hear all about the positive work which is making a difference to people’s lives. Chief Executive Daniel Childerhouse and his team explained how the...
20
NOV
2014

My pledge: Listening carefully to the community

The people of Norfolk elected Stephen to be their PCC two years ago, but their involvement in keeping Norfolk one of the safest counties in the country didn’t end with casting that vote.
19
NOV
2014

Questions for Norfolk’s Chief Constable at public meeting

Being open, honest and accountable for Norfolk's policing service – that’s the purpose of regular public meetings with your Chief Constable. Jenny met with Mr Bailey in Norwich today.
19
NOV
2014
PCC talking to Youths

My pledge: Working with young people to stay clear of crime

Two years on from making his pledge to Norfolk's communities, Stephen looks at what makes young people vulnerable to offending and how he's working to help them stay clear of crime.

Topics of interest

Your PCC

Elected your first Police and Crime Commissioner in November 2012, Stephen Bett and Deputy Jenny McKibben are committed to keeping Norfolk safe
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Police and Crime Plan

The foundation of Stephen and Jenny’s work, steering how police and other partners tackle the crime and disorder affecting your county
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Get Involved

From having your say from the comfort of your armchair, to joining Norfolk’s Custody Visiting scheme, there are lots of ways you can get involved
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Equality

Take a look at your PCC's Equality Statement and find out how he's working to meet his legal duty to promote equality and eliminate discrimination.
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