Have your say on policing as PCC and Chief Constable come to CromerPolice and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Lorne Green will again be taking his regular public meeting and policing Q&A ‘on the road’ as he holds the county’s Chief Constable to account.
On Tuesday (28 March), Lorne and Chief Constable Simon Bailey will head to North Norfolk for their Police Accountability Forum meeting, and members of the public are welcome to attend and observe. Matters to be discussed will include policing performance in the district, alongside a presentation from Norfolk Police on the importance of reporting crime and the ways you can get in contact.
The meeting will then be followed by an opportunity for people to put their crime and policing questions to the PCC and Chief Constable. Those attending the meeting will also be among the first to hear the PCC’s priorities for tackling crime, protecting the vulnerable and supporting victims over the remainder of his term as he officially launches his Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk.
Lorne said: “This will be the fourth time we have taken our meetings on tour. We’ve had excellent turnouts in Dereham, Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn, and all kinds of questions have been put to the Chief Constable and me on issues which clearly matter to local people.
“It’s that input and feedback from local people which have helped shape the Police and Crime Plan for our county, which I’ll be launching at the meeting. As well as setting priorities for tackling and preventing crime within that Plan, I also reiterate my pledge to be a visible, accessible and accountable PCC and that is exactly what I continue to be.
“The people of Norfolk voted me in, and the people of Norfolk have the right to see me in their communities and to speak to me about the crime and policing issues affecting their local area.
“I look forward to seeing and speaking with a good number of them at the meeting in Cromer on Tuesday.”
The location for Tuesday’s meeting, and public question and answer session, is the Council Chamber, North Norfolk District Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN.
- Police Accountability Forum at 5pm.
- Police contact and crime reporting presentation at 6.30pm.
- Police and Crime Plan launch at 7pm.
- Public question and answer session at 7.15pm.