Police, Crime & Community Safety Plan 2022-24
It is part of the job of every PCC to publish a plan setting out how they will oversee policing in their county, manage budgets and provide support services for victims.
On this page you will find information on the Police, Crime and Community Safety Plan 2022-24 set by PCC Giles Orpen-Smellie for his term.
The plan represents Giles' commitment to Norfolk residents about how their policing service will be delivered and managed as well as the provision of support for victims, crime prevention work and extensive partnership working that brings together services and prioritises safety for every resident in the county.
The Police, Crime and Community Safety Plan was developed following a public consultation which asked people about their priorities for policing and safety in Norfolk and with the input of partners including Norfolk Constabulary’s Chief Constable.
Giles said: “This is a plan for the people of Norfolk, developed with their input and designed to put safety and justice for all at the heart of everything we and our partners in the constabulary do."
What is in the plan?
Giles' plan sets out six priorities - built on six pillars - which detail what he expects Norfolk Constabulary to deliver over the next two years and how, through a network of partnerships, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN) will ensure the right support is available for Norfolk’s communities.
The six priorities fall into the following categories, with detailed objectives under each one featured in the plan:
- Sustain Norfolk Constabulary
- Visible and Trusted Policing
- Tackling Crime
- Prevent Offending
- Support Victims
- Safer and Stronger Communities