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On 5 May 2016, Conservative candidate Lorne Green was elected by Norfolk to be its Police and Crime Commissioner.
Standing alongside candidates from Labour, the Liberal Democrats, UKIP, the Green Party and the previous incumbent Stephen Bett (Independent), Lorne received 60,061 votes (including second preference votes).
Lorne officially takes up office as Norfolk’s PCC on Thursday 12 May 2016. One of his first tasks will be to consult with the public, the police and partners to set a Police and Crime Plan for the county.