Stephen Bett was elected Norfolk’s first Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) on 15 November 2012, standing as an Independent candidate.
Jenny McKibben was his election campaign running partner and his choice for deputy PCC.Read more
Stephen and Jenny are supported by a small staff team, based in Wymondham, and led by Chief Executive Mark Stokes and Chief Finance Officer John Hummersone.Read more
A number of coordinators sit within the PCC office, linking in with partner agencies and helping steer the countywide approach to supporting victims and witnesses, reducing crime and reoffending.Read more
There are a lot of people involved in keeping Norfolk safe. With limited funding available across all sectors, Stephen is committed to partnership working to ensure stretched resources are used efficiently and effectively, and collaboration is key to his plan to protect the frontline as far as possible from ongoing Government cuts.Read more
41 Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) were elected across England and Wales on the 15 November 2012. When the elected PCCs took office on the 22 November 2012 they became responsible for a combined budget of £8 billion.
PCCs aim to cut crime and deliver an effective and efficient police service within their force area. Their role is to be the voice of the people and hold the police to account, effectively making them answerable to the communities they serve.