Public to get chance to quiz Norfolk’s chief constable and PCC over plans to axe PCSOs
PUBLISHED: 20:30 08 November 2017 | UPDATED: 08:11 09 November 2017
Members of the public will get the chance to quiz Norfolk’s chief constable and police and crime commissioner about plans to axe 150 PCSOs at a public meeting next week.
Simon Bailey and the county’s PCC Lorne Green will be in Long Stratton on Tuesday, November 14 for their next Public Accountability Forum - the first one since Mr Bailey announced his proposed changes to the county’s policing model last month.
Plans he announced included becoming the first force in the country to scrap all of its Police Community Support Officers, closing seven stations and shutting front desks to the public.
The police Accountability Forum meeting begins at 5pm with a public question and answer session afterwards at 7pm.
The meeting will take place at South Norfolk House (South Norfolk District Council offices), Cygnet Court, Long Stratton, NR15 2XE.