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Meet the Police & Crime Commissioner for Norfolk
The Police & Crime Commissioner is an independent elected person who oversees the work of The Norfolk Constabulary. Stephen Bett was declared the new Commissioner following elections on 15 November 2012 and took up post on 22 November. Stephen stood as an Independent candidate and was a member of the former Norfolk Police Authority for 16 years and was Chairman for the last 6 years.
This website tells you more about the PCC, what he does, how your money is spent, how you can get involved.
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
It’s Human Rights Day – a day for reflecting on how we promote and protect people’s rights and dignity. There’s a group of volunteers who work alongside your Police and Crime Commissioner for whom promoting rights and dignity is fundamental to their role.
They are called the Independent Custody Visitors.Read More
Monday, 09 December 2013
Deputy PCC, Jenny McKibben attended an important event to give a big thank you to the volunteers who give up their time to support the work of the Constabulary.Read More
Friday, 06 December 2013
Stephen visited Great Yarmouth and other areas around Norfolk today to see firsthand the effects of some of the worst flooding for 60 years. He met with Superintendent Roger Wiltshire, the Local Policing Commander for Great Yarmouth where an evacuation of 9,000 residents was arranged yesterday, Thursday 5 December.Read More