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Norfolk’s chief constable to be held to account at meeting

PUBLISHED: 13:00 26 September 2018

Chief Constable Simon Bailey at Norfolk Constabulary Headquarters, Wymondham. Photo : Steve Adams

Chief Constable Simon Bailey at Norfolk Constabulary Headquarters, Wymondham. Photo : Steve Adams

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Norfolk’s chief constable will be held to account at a meeting next month.

The county’s police and crime commissioner, Lorne Green, has regular public meetings to hold chief constable Simon Bailey to account for Norfolk’s policing service.

The next public accountability forum takes place on Monday, October 1 at Norfolk Constabulary’s Wymondham headquarters between 2pm and 4pm.

There will not be a public question and answer session at the end of the meeting.

Items on the agenda include good stewardship of taxpayers money, supporting rural communities and improving road safety.

The next public question and answer session - where people get the chance to ask the chief constable and police and crime commissioner questions - will be held on Tuesday, November 13 in the Broadland area.

Although the exact location for the public question and answer meeting is yet to be confirmed.


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