Public to get chance to question Norfolk’s chief constable at meeting in Cromer

Norfolk police and crime commisssioner Lorne Green. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Norfolk police and crime commisssioner Lorne Green. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

People will have a chance to question Norfolk's chief constable when the police accountability forum is held in Cromer next week.

Simon Bailey and Lorne Green, Norfolk's police and crime commissioner, will both be appearing at the meeting which will take place in the council chamber, North Norfolk District Council offices, Holt Road, Cromer from 5pm on Tuesday, March 28.

The meeting will then be followed by an opportunity for people to put their crime and policing questions to Mr Bailey and Mr Green in a question and answer session.

Mr Green, who will be launching his police and crime plan at the meeting, said: 'This will be the fourth time we have taken our meetings on tour. 'We've had excellent turnouts in Dereham, Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn, and all kinds of questions have been put to the chief constable and me on issues which clearly matter to local people.'


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