People aged between 14 and 25 wanted to help ensure Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner is meeting the needs of young people
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People aged between 14 and 25 living in Norfolk are wanted to help ensure the county's police and crime commissioner is continuing to meet the needs of young people.
The Norfolk Youth Commission allows young people to get involved and have their say about policing and crime where they live.
It enables young people to support, challenge and inform the work of the police and crime commissioner (PCC) for Norfolk, Lorne Green. This is a very important role, because it helps the PCC to make decisions to meet the needs of young people.
This year participants aged 14-25 years-old are being sought from the Norfolk policing area.
In total 30 people will be recruited to the Norfolk Youth Commission.
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Contact Kaytea@leaders-unlocked.org to find out more about how to get involved.
The deadline for applications is May 2.
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