Our engagement survey on how we communicate with the public runs until 7 June after which we will be reviewing the results which will influence the way we communicate with you.
Please take a few minutes to complete the public engagement survey. It’s quick and easy to complete, taking no longer than 10 minutes to fill in and any information you provide is anonymous. Click here to take part https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/LK2S0T/
You can access crime data in your local area through the national police website www.police.uk/pu/your-area/norfolk-constabulary – this link takes you to Norfolk Constabulary’s page where you can then select your local neighbourhood. Crime data provided is featured in many ways, including an interactive map where you can see what crimes have been reported and where.
To find out who your local officer is and how to contact them, visit the Norfolk Police website and search in ‘your area’ and then select ‘Speak to the team’.
You can follow our district Twitter and Facebook accounts which feature updates from local officers on policing activity and see the latest news on the Norfolk Police website (www.norfolk.police.uk).