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Meet Norfolk’s first PCC

Find out more about the role and responsibilities of Norfolk’s first elected Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett, and his Deputy Jenny McKibben.

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Ask your PCC

Stephen wants to hear from you - whether you have a question, comment, compliment or even a complaint - so get in touch.

Contact Stephen

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How is your police force performing?

Stephen has set a number of priorities for Norfolk's police. Find out what they are and how police in your area are performing against them.

Police performance

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Council Tax Precept 2014/15

After listening to the public, Chief Constable and Police and Crime Panel, the PCC made a decision to raise the Police Council Tax Precept by 1.97%

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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

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2014
Offender in handcuffs

Partners embrace offender rehabilitation plans

Norfolk’s Rehabilitation Board met for the first time last week with the aim of delivering a joined-up approach to offender rehabilitation in the county.
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2014
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Praise for Leeway on 40th anniversary

Ahead of its anniversary celebrations later today, Stephen Bett had high praise for the charity as he reflected on his involvement with Leeway since becoming Norfolk’s PCC.
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2014
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Stephen takes part in ‘special’ weekend

This weekend saw Norfolk’s Special Constabulary out in force in the county as part of an annual event to highlight the vital contribution its members make to policing our communities.
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2014
ICV Trudie Needham with Stephen Bett

Award win highlights ‘crucial role’ of custody visitors

One of the PCC’s unsung heroes, Custody Visitor Trudie Needham, was last night “honoured, humbled and speechless” to receive a Mayor’s Civic Award for Voluntary Service in King’s Lynn.
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2014
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Hear it, Stop it, Don’t be a bystander.

That’s the message behind a new national campaign to stamp out abusive language which has received Stephen and Jenny’s backing.
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2014

PCC supports innovative project to tackle domestic and sexual abuse

A new project aimed at encouraging children and young people to speak out about domestic and sexual abuse has been set up by Norfolk Police.

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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Pledge

Stephen made a pledge to Norfolk’s communities of what he will deliver on your behalf. Find out what he pledged to do and how he is doing it
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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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Events

Coming to a venue near you. See at a glance where Stephen and Jenny are today, what they are doing, who they are meeting and what they are talking about
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Police Performance

Want to know how well your police force is performing? Take a look at how police in your area are doing against the objectives set by your PCC
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Working for Victims

As victims’ champion, your PCC is working hard to ensure the views and needs of victims of crime remain at the heart of criminal justice
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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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Transparency

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Your PCC is committed to being open and transparent about his work, so let us point you in the right direction
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