Local Criminal Justice Board
Local Criminal Justice Boards (LCJBs) bring together criminal justice organisations at police force area level to support joint working and improve services.
The purpose and vision of the LCJB is to reduce crime, harm and risk by increasing the efficiency and credibility of the Criminal Justice System. By working in partnership, the board aims to improve services to the public with the minimum costs, supported by the best available evidence.
Norfolk and Suffolk Criminal Justice Board brings together a number of organisations, including the Norfolk and Suffolk constabularies, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk, East of England Crown Prosecution Service, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service, Her Majesty’s Prison Service, Norfolk and Suffolk Community Rehabilitation Company, the National Probation Service, Youth Offending Teams and Victim Support.
Information about these agencies can be found using the links on our Core Justice Agencies page or on the gov.uk website using the link to local crime and justice.
The gov.uk website has information about the police including your rights if arrested, types of crime, crime prevention; reporting crime and anti-social behaviour, going to court (including serving as a juror), help for victims and witnesses, sentencing, prison and probation; crime statistics; the judicial system and counter terrorism.