Have your say on Norfolk's Rural Policing StrategyNorfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Lorne Green, hosted a Rural Crime Summit on Friday to give rural communities, organisations, land and business owners the opportunity to have their say on a new rural policing strategy for the county.
“People in Norfolk told me about their crime and policing concerns and what they felt they needed from the police to feel safer living and working in their local area,” Lorne said. “I pledged to take up their concerns and drive forward Norfolk’s approach to tackling rural crime.
“Representatives of Norfolk’s rural communities came along to the last week’s Summit to find out what more our police will be doing to address their concerns about police visibility, to tackle feelings of isolation, help them feel more engaged with their police service, and encourage the reporting of rural crime.
"I believe the Rural Policing Strategy is a big step forward and the feedback we received at the Summit was excellent. But this is not my Rural Policing Strategy. It's not the police's Rural Policing Strategy. This is the rural communities' strategy. I want their feedback and we're going to be inviting views on the draft strategy for the next fortnight."
Read the draft Rural Policing Strategy (PDF, 4.6 MB)
You can give your feedback until 11 November by emailing OperationRandall@norfolk.pnn.police.uk or calling 07900 407106.
For more information from the PCC's Rural Crime Summit and Rural Policing Strategy, watch this video from Mustard TV.