Plans to regenerate four north Norfolk market towns with £400,000 have been welcomed by the district’s Liberal Democrat group.
More than 50 Norfolk churches thought to be at high risk of being targeted by lead thieves are set to be alarmed by the end of next month.
Seventeen more uniformed officers on the street and additional police staff in Norfolk’s schools have been announced as part of a plan that would see every Norfolk taxpayer paying more for the police.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner will today unveil his proposals for the 2018/19 policing budget.
Victims of sexual abuse and violence are being encouraged to speak out as Norfolk Police supports a national week-long campaign to raise awareness.
“I had to change the music for my son in the back of the car.”
A charity offering support to victims of sexual abuse is to receive a big funding boost from Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk has denied a “power grab” as an independent report concluded he should govern the county’s Fire and Rescue Service.
The percentage of drivers failing breathalyser tests during the festive period has increased with 81 people arrested last month.
More than 350 people have been arrested in the last year thanks to Norfolk Constabulary’s campaign targeting drug dealing in the county.
Adults and children affected by domestic abuse in Norfolk have been helped by vital funding from the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Police are investigating whether an attempted ram raid in Diss was carried out by the same gang that raided cash points in Wells and Burnham.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner, Lorne Green, visited a Fakenham charity, to discuss recently proposed changes to the force.
The prime minister Theresa May visited Norwich this afternoon and addressed issues surrounding mental health, PCSOs, contaminated blood, Colman’s and Britvic, and universal credit.
Radical reforms to Norfolk’s police force have provoked a furious response from the union - and a note of caution from the county’s police and crime commissioner.
Norfolk Constabulary have taken another step in equipping its officers with the latest technology.
A campaign to safeguard the future of churches in Norfolk is securing funds at a rate to protect a new building every day.
Police in Norfolk are to target speeding drivers in the county as part of an enforcement campaign.
As armed officers are deployed across the county in response to the increased threat level, the message from Norfolk’s chief is: “Talk to us”.
A national campaign launched to raise funds for a new police memorial is being supported by Norfolk Constabulary.
Part of his job is to hold the chief constable to account but now, a year after being elected Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner, we are giving you the chance to put your questions to Lorne Green.
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