December 7 2013 Latest news:
An appeal for witnesses is being made by Essex police which is investigating a Norfolk road accident in which a woman died.
Norfolk’s campaign to end the suffering of victims and their children whose lives are made a misery by domestic abuse or sexual violence should be replicated across the country, a senior government figures has said.
“Norfolk Says No” – that was the emphatic message which reverberated around the Forum building in Norwich for the start of this year’s campaign aimed at ending the suffering of victims and their children whose lives are made a misery by domestic abuse or sexual violence.
Young people were given their chance to shine as they took the reins of power at Norfolk County Council and James Paget University Hospital at Gorleston.
Fakenham has become the latest market town to launch a scheme to help vulnerable and disabled people.
“Enjoyable” but “taxing” and “challenging” is how Stephen Bett has described the 12 months since he was elected as Norfolk’s first police and crime commissioner.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has vowed to tackle the “revolving door of re-offending” after new figures laid bare the picture in the east of England.
Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner has agreed to pay back £3,000 he claimed in expenses for car journeys to his office headquarters.
A 70-strong group of people who live in streets neighbouring Prince of Wales Road filled the King’s Centre for the Norwich Stakeholders Forum to discuss with councillors, police and fire officials how to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.
A police officer was injured by a firework and a teenager was arrested during Halloween-related disturbances – though police reported that reported incidents overall fell for the fifth year in a row.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has been criticised on the level of co-operation and information he provided over the appointment of the county’s new chief constable.
Norfolk’s new chief constable has been confirmed, after his appointment was approved by Norfolk Police and Crime Panel.
Norfolk’s proposed chief constable has vowed he wants to be in post for the next five years and beyond.
A man made off with a “small amount” of cash after he robbed a Thetford garage at knifepoint last night.
Reassurances have been given to the people of Breckland that they have strong and stable council after another short-term chief executive took up his new role.
Fourteen budding police officers from Thetford have become the first in Norfolk to complete a cadet course.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has today underlined the force’s determination to protect victims of child sex abuse after it emerged an officer hanged himself on the day he was due to be charged with a series of serious sexual offences.
Following a series of high-profile departures, Breckland Council will seek to fill its most senior management vacancy next week after the preferred candidate for the post of interim chief executive was named.
Norfolk police’s current Deputy Chief Constable has been recommended for promotion to lead the force by the county’s police and crime commissioner.
A Norfolk crime chief set out a vision for the future of the rehabilitation of offenders which it is hoped will cut crime and “stop the revolving door” of offending.
The police officer who was injured on a 999 call has dropped a civil claim against the owner of a filling station.
Angry councillors have slammed the police for failing to offer financial support to maintain CCTV cameras in north Norfolk under plans to shake up the network.
Norfolk police has today insisted the force is “committed” to supporting victims of domestic violence and “bringing offenders to justice” despite claims the number of cases being referred to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has fallen.
Cambridgeshire’s new deputy chief constable has spoken of his determination to keep officers on the frontline as his force tries to make £25m more cuts in the next five years.
The departure of Breckland Council’s two most senior officers was confirmed yesterday – just two weeks after the resignation of the authority’s political leader.
Mark Stokes came out very well indeed. He was head and shoulders above the others.
Police and fire chiefs have begun talks over the potential merger of Norfolk’s blue light services in a bid to reduce 999 costs, it has emerged.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner will tomorrow ask a panel of councillors to endorse his choice for the post of chief executive – the current deputy at Breckland Council.
Councillors will next week review the proposed appointment of Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner’s new chief executive - the current deputy at Breckland Council.