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PCC invites public to quiz him and county’s Chief Constable

Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green is inviting people to his next public meeting to question him and the county’s Chief Constable on policing and crime issues.

On Monday (May 22) at the University of East Anglia (UEA), in Norwich, Lorne will hold Chief Constable Simon Bailey to account at one of his regular Police Accountability Forum meetings - and the public is welcome. This formal session will be followed by a general public meeting where people have the opportunity to question the PCC and Chief Constable.

Lorne said: “Come one, come all. I pledged that I would be an accountable and accessible PCC and that is exactly what I continue to be. The people of Norfolk have the right to see me in their communities and to speak to me and their Chief Constable about what’s on their mind with regards to policing and crime.

“This will be the fifth time we have taken our meetings ‘on the road’ and we have had excellent turnouts in King’s Lynn, Cromer, Dereham and Great Yarmouth, with an impressive variety of questions put to the Chief Constable and me on issues which clearly matter to people.”

Items on the Police Accountability Forum agenda include increasing visible policing and preventing offending. There will also be a public update on policing in the Norwich district.

Monday’s meetings will take place in the Lecture Theatre, Thomas Paine Study Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ.
  • Police Accountability Forum at 5pm.
  • Public meeting session at 7pm
The meeting agenda and reports are available here.