Police & Crime Plan 2016-20
On 6 May 2021, Norfolk elected Giles Orpen-Smellie as its Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC). As the new PCC, he will design and deliver a Police and Crime Plan, in consultation with residents across Norfolk.
The public consultation on the priorities for his Plan ran from 26 July to 20 August 2021. The PCC is now considering all feedback as he develops his Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk which he will take to the county's Police and Crime Panel later in the year.
Whilst that work is ongoing, the Police and Crime Plan 2016-20, and associated priorities, set by former PCC Lorne Green will remain in place.
Your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), in consultation with the Chief Constable and the people of Norfolk, is required to issue a Police and Crime Plan setting out the strategic objectives for his term of office.
The information on this page provides information on the Police and Crime Plan set by former PCC Lorne Green for his term. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and the postponement of PCC elections in 2020, his term and Police and Crime Plan were extended by a year to May 2021.
What is in the plan?
The draft plan includes seven strategic aims:
- Increase visible policing
- Support rural communities
- Improve road safety
- Prevent offending
- Support victims and reduce vulnerability
- Deliver a modern, innovative service
- Good stewardship of taxpayers’ money