Your PCC’s objectives for tackling crime and disorder in Norfolk cannot, and should not, be delivered by any one organisation in isolation. Community safety, tackling issues such as anti-social behaviour and domestic abuse, and protecting the vulnerable are relevant to the work of statutory and non-statutory organisations and groups all over the county.
With limited funding available across all sectors, Stephen is committed to partnership working and ensuring stretched resources are used as efficiently and effectively as possible. Achieving shared aims needs to be a collective effort and will involve statutory agencies, local groups and organisations, and communities.
Your PCC is fully committed to working in partnership with other organisations to support the delivery of Norfolk’s priorities, particularly when there is limited funding available and a need to share and use resources more effectively and efficiently.Read more
Police forces can no longer afford to stand alone. Working more efficiently via collaboration with other organisations is a key part of your PCC’s plan to protect frontline policing services as much as possible from the impact of budget cuts.Read more
Stephen was elected by you – the people of Norfolk – to influence and oversee the work of the local police force on your behalf. But your involvement in keeping Norfolk safe doesn’t end with casting that vote.Read more