Call 101 or, in an emergency, 999.
You can get involved in the work of your PCC in the following ways:
Have your say
Community input plays a vital part in how PCCs make decisions about crime and policing in the local area. By having you say on key issues, such as what Norfolk’s policing priorities should be or how much you pay for policing through council tax, you ensure community views influence those decisions.
The Independent Advisory Group (IAG) is a group of Norfolk residents from different community backgrounds who are consulted on key crime and policing issues and asked to give their opinions and advice with the aim of improving the quality of Norfolk’s policing services.
Independent Custody Visitors (ICVs) are members of the local community who volunteer to visit Norfolk’s Police Investigation Centres (PICs), unannounced and in pairs, to check on the treatment and welfare of people held in police custody.
The Norfolk Youth Commission enables young people to support, challenge and inform the work of the PCC. It plays an important role in helping the PCC to make decisions which meet the needs of young people.