Your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is committed to ensuring that the policing service you receive is fair for all – a commitment which is set out in Stephen’s reflected in his Pledge and woven into the Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk.
To promote equality and help eliminate discrimination, we monitor how what we and the police do affects Norfolk’s communities, working with local people to explore their views and experiences.
We support independent panels of community advisors who give us their perspective on crime and policing issues with the aim of helping us all better understand the needs and experiences of the county’s diverse groups.
And we oversee how the Constabulary is working to deliver against its own equality commitments. This includes receiving regular updates from the Chief Constable at his public meetings with your PCC. These updates provide Stephen with, among other things, the latest statistics on police use of Stop and Search powers, and the most recent hate crime reporting figures.
PCC Equality Statement
- Equality Update - Second Six Months (PDF, 205.2 KB)
The PCC reports every six months on progress made against his Equality Statement. This is Stephen's second progress update and covers the period to April 2014.