Fakenham residents given the opportunity to meet with Norfolk’s crime commissioner Lorne Green

Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Norfolk's crime commissioner is set to visit a Fakenham charity so that he can gain a better insight into the opinions of people living in the community.

Elected Police and Crime Commissioner, Lorne Green, will head to Fakenham on October 26 and visit social care charity, First Focus, where he will listen to feedback from the community.

Anyone wishing to discuss or find out more about policing in the region are invited to attend.

Mr Green's aim is to find out if there any particular issues that may need further attention as well as to receive general feedback on new police initiatives.

He recently warned the government's police minister about the impact that budget cuts are having on policing in Norfolk and pledged to continue highlighting these issues to Westminster.

The meeting will take place at First Focus, in the Scout Hall behind the library, between 11.30am and 1.30pm on Thursday October 26.

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