Police and Crime Commissioner invites residents to one-to-one meeting
Police and Crime Commissioner Giles Orpen-Smellie is once again inviting residents across Norfolk to meet with him to discuss any policing or crime issues they may have.
Giles’ next ‘Time to Talk’ session, where people are given direct one-to-one access to him, is due to take place on Friday 3 November 2023.
The ‘surgery-style’ event will be held virtually and over the telephone, with people being allocated 15-minute slots to raise any questions or concerns.
Giles’ Police, Crime and Community Safety Plan for Norfolk 2022-2024, sets out the strategic direction for policing the county with objectives for how policing services will be delivered in Norfolk.
Residents with specific policing issues to raise are encouraged to get in touch.
“It is really important to me to continue to meet regularly with people from across Norfolk to hear any issues or concerns they may have about policing in their area,” said Giles Orpen-Smellie.
“Please do get in touch. The events have always proven very popular, and I hope people will take up the opportunity to meet with me directly.”
Giles' sessions are in addition to the quarterly PCC Accountability Meetings (PAM) he hosts to publicly question, challenge, and hold the Chief Constable and senior officers directly to account for their delivery of his plan, as well as to raise questions submitted by people across the county.
The latest accountability meeting took place on Tuesday this week.
If you are interested in booking a ‘Time to Talk’ session with the PCC on Friday 3 November between 9.30am and 12.30pm, please email: email@example.com or call 01953 424455.
Alternatively, you can submit a request for a meeting via the contact form on our website.
Requests must be submitted by no later than midday on Thursday 2 November 2023.