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Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) will be quizzing Chief Constable Simon Bailey on progress against the county’s Police and Crime Plan this week, as he holds his second Police Accountability Forum of 2019.
PCC Lorne Green will put the spotlight on rural crime, road safety and use of police resources at the meeting at Norfolk Police HQ in Wymondham on Tuesday 19 March.
He will receive reports from Norfolk Constabulary on its latest budget position, plans for the police estate, and 101 and 999 call handling performance.
The PCC will also question the Chief Constable on how his force is working to tackle the crime affecting Norfolk’s rural communities, as well as its work to make the county’s roads safer.
“The Police Accountability Forum is one of the mechanisms through which I hold the Chief Constable to account”, said Lorne.
“I’m committed to ensuring my work, and that of our police service, is open and transparent.
“These meetings give a real insight into policing in our county, and anyone interested in finding out more is very welcome to come along on Tuesday to observe.”
The Police Accountability Forum will take place between 2pm and 4pm in the Filby Room, Norfolk Police HQ, Wymondham, NR18 0WW on Tuesday 19 March 2019.