This consultation is now closed. Thank you to all who took the time to have their say on Stephen’s police and crime priorities for Norfolk. The process of reviewing and refreshing the Police and Crime Plan is currently underway.
In the run-up to the first Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections almost two years ago, and in the months after he took office, Stephen Bett listened to Norfolk’s communities, local groups and organisations as they told him their crime and policing concerns.
That information shared with Stephen became the foundation upon which his plan for tackling crime and disorder in Norfolk was built.
Having recently reviewed the progress he, together with police and other partners, has made to date (see the PCC annual report), it is now time for Stephen to take another look at his Police and Crime Plan and he would again like your input.
Stephen would like to know if the objectives you helped to set for our county still reflect the issues which you feel affect Norfolk most.
He would also like to know if there are other areas of concern which you think police and partner agencies need to address in the future.
Please have your say via our short survey (below) and help shape the way your PCC works to keep our county safe and secure.
Alternative formats are available:
- PDF version of survey – Hard copy of Police and Crime Plan Consultation (PDF, 174.4 KB)
- Word version of survey – Hard copy of Police and Crime Plan Consultation (DOC, 969.7 KB)
- Easy-Read Police and Crime Plan Consultation (PDF, 628.9 KB)
- 3-part audio file – Audio file - part 1: Introduction (M4A, 1.0 MB) Audio file - part 2: Background (M4A, 1.4 MB) Audio file - part 3: Questions (M4A, 1.1 MB).