Boy, 10, who hopes to become a policeman thanks Norfolk’s chief constable for organising visit to HQ
- Credit: MARK AMIES
A 10-year-old boy with ambitions on becoming a police officer who was given a tour of Norfolk's police headquarters has written a thank you letter to the chief constable.
Alfie Burr was invited to see the force's Wymondham HQ for himself after he wrote a letter asking for advice about how to become a police officer.
The youngster, who attends All Saints' Primary School in Winfarthing, was shown inside the force control room as well as being given the chance to have a breath test and also a drugs test.
And now, following the trip earlier this month, Alfie has written another letter to thank the force.
In the letter to chief constable Simon Bailey, which has been tweeted by Norfolk Police, he thanked them for 'organising this wonderful day' which he 'enjoyed every moment of'.
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He added: 'My hopes are even higher of being a policeman thanks to you and your team.'
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