The number to ring in a serious emergency is 999.
For less urgent matters, please call 101.
Police contact details:
|Query||Who to contact||Non Urgent|
|Farm / Agricultural & general advice||DC Andy Brown||Tel 101 or 07900 407106 OperationRandall@norfolk.pnn.police.uk|
|Metal Theft||DC Andy Brown||Tel 101 or 07900 407106 OperationRandall@norfolk.pnn.police.uk|
|Wildlife Crime||Insp Jon Papworth||Tel 101 or WildlifeCrime@norfolk.pnn.police.uk|
|Newsletter feedback||T/Sgt Horton-Smith||OperationRandall@norfolk.pnn.police.uk|
|All other enquiries||DC Andy Brown||OperationRandall@norfolk.pnn.police.uk|
Public urged to stay alert – police chief
Norfolk’s chief police officer has urged people to go about their daily business, while being alert to suspicious activity.
It comes as police respond to the national terror threat level being raised to critical.
Armed officers have been deployed to key locations in both counties, in particular crowded areas with high footfall such as the city centre, to provide visible reassurance.
It comes after the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre raised the threat level last night – meaning an attack not only remains highly likely but a further attack may be imminent.
Chief Constable Simon Bailey said: “The public would expect us to respond appropriately to this raised threat level and the deployment of armed officers is our primary response to this.
“Norfolk is a safe county and this additional policing is about providing a visible reassurance to the public. “I would encourage anyone who sees those officers carrying out patrols to approach them, speak to them and support them because when incidents happen like those witnessed in Manchester and in Westminster, it’s those officers who rush to the scene to help, at a time when everyone else is trying to get away. I know they would appreciate the support.”
Police and police and crime commissioner information
- Police and Crime Commissioner survey July 2016
- Operation Warrington Police across the region are currently investigating a small spate of burglaries where elderly people have been targeted by groups of men. The men often claim that work is required on the property and may force their way into the house where they steal cash or other valuables. We would like to take this opportunity to remind people how to stay safe at home, therefore please see document below. Please take this opportunity to speak with elderly friends, relatives and neighbours and make sure that they are aware how to keep themselves safe at home. 210416-Op+Warrington+safety+advice.
- Election Here is the notice for election of the Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner 2016. NOTICE OF ELECTION PCC 2016