Norfolk Constabulary rated ‘good’ in police efficiency report

PUBLISHED: 06:00 09 November 2017

A police chase ended in a crash. Picture: Denise Bradley

A police chase ended in a crash. Picture: Denise Bradley


Norfolk Constabulary has been praised by inspectors for the way it collaborates not only with Suffolk Police, but also with other organisations.

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has rated the Norfolk force as good in its latest report into police efficiency out today (Thursday, November 9).

Norfolk, which already collaborates extensively with Suffolk Constabulary, has been recognised as being strong in how it has developed a range of arrangements with other organisations.

The report found it had an “impressive range of working arrangements, including the early help hub in South Norfolk, where the force works with children’s services, an independent living team and a family intervention project as a one-stop shop to help the public.”

Suffolk has also been rated as good.

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