Home Secretary Amber Rudd meets with Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner

Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Norfolk PCC Lorne Green discuss Norfolk�s Police and Crime Plan. Photo

Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Norfolk PCC Lorne Green discuss Norfolk�s Police and Crime Plan. Photo Keith Whitmore. - Credit: Keith Whitmore

The Home Secretary visited Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) during a recent visit to the county.

MP Amber Rudd met with PCC Lorne Green to learn more about the policing working being carried out across Norfolk.

Mr Green said: 'It was an honour to welcome the Home Secretary and have the opportunity to discuss with her our county's police and crime plan and our work with partners to keep Norfolk safe and secure.

'Our police and crime plan, launched in recent days, is an ambitious and bold plan to tackle and prevent crime and disorder, protect the most vulnerable and support victims.

'It is through close collaboration between the PCC office, the Home Office, our constabulary, local councils and other organisations that we will deliver that Plan, and that powerful partnership will help ensure ours remains one of the safest counties in the country.'


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