Public meetings and events
As well as holding regular public meetings to hold the Chief Constable to account for policing in Norfolk, your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is committed to giving Norfolk residents the opportunity to put their own questions to those in charge of the county’s policing service.
PCC Accountability Meeting
The PCC holds the Chief Constable to account for the policing service delivered in Norfolk via PCC Accountability Meetings. The agenda and reports for these meetings are published and members of the public are invited to submit their policing and crime questions to be answered by the Chief Constable and other senior officers at the meeting.
The PCC made a commitment to the residents of Norfolk to be visible, accessible and accountable. To fulfil that pledge, a series of public question and answer sessions are held across the county throughout the year. These meetings give local people the chance to share their views on crime and policing in their area and put their questions directly to the PCC and the Norfolk’s senior police officers, ensuring the police service remains accessible and accountable to the communities it serves.
Details of the next public question and answer session will be published in due course.