Knife crimes and violent offences have increased in west Norfolk, a public meeting heard tonight.
People in west Norfolk get the chance to quiz Norfolk's police and crime commissioner and the county's chief constable tonight.
People in west Norfolk get the chance to quiz Norfolk's police and crime commissioner and the county's chief constable next week.
Norfolk's chief constable and the county's elected police official have clashed over whether all officers should be armed with Tasers.
Concern at the rising number of arsons in Norfolk has prompted the county's fire chief to pump extra resources into trying to reduce the increase.
People in Norfolk are being urged to bin their blades as part of a national campaign aimed at cutting knife crime on the streets.
A young Norfolk man's life-changing experience is being used to shock youngsters into being safer on the roads.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner (PCC) and chief constable will be answering questions from the public at an event in South Norfolk next week.
People in Norwich will pay 2.99pc more in council tax to City Hall in the year ahead.
People in Norwich will discover tonight whether they will pay more in council tax to City Hall over the next year.
Council tax bills to pay for policing in Norfolk are to rise by more than 10pc, with the county's chief constable saying the extra money is essential to keep communities safe.
People will today learn just how much of their money they will be asked to hand over to pay for Norfolk's police force over the next 12 months.
New proposals for this year's policing budget, including a potential council tax rise of 46p per week, are to be presented next week.
Every response officer in Norfolk will have the option to arm themselves with Taser by 2021, the chief constable has said.
A police dog followed his nose for two-and-a-half kilometres and found a suspect who had fled from officers.
A further 40 drivers were clocked speeding in the latest crackdown by Norfolk police, including one who overtook a constabulary motorcycle at 116mph.
A centre for survivors of sexual abuse has opened in Great Yarmouth.
Norfolk's chief fire officer has resigned from the post after more than 35 years with the county's fire and rescue service.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner has said he often feels as though he is taking his life in his hands when using the same road on which the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a crash.
More police stations and fire stations should share buildings to save cash, councillors said, as a fresh commitment to collaboration was pledged.
The police and crime commissioner for Norfolk is set to visit two more towns as part of a consultation to discover how much residents of the county are willing to contribute through council tax to help fund the police service.
More than 100 vehicles were spotted speeding in a 40mph limit on the A47 at Gorleston.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner has revealed how he recently fell victim to a TV licensing scam.
The police and crime commissioner looks poised to take a seat on the board tasked with scrutinising the county's fire service - after opting against taking on responsibility for it.
Police in Norfolk will be targeting speeding drivers as part of a three-week national enforcement campaign.
Norfolk's police chief has said freezing council tax next year would "inevitably" lead to fewer police officers.
The public will have the chance to put questions to Norfolk's chief constable and police and crime commissioner (PCC) next month.
A man who wanted to "put something back into society" has been praised for his volunteering efforts during the last two decades.
Norfolk's police chief has said he will make a case for more police officers on the street, but it would mean a rise in council tax.
A project to tackle exploitation of young people by drug gangs has been awarded a £700,000 funding boost.
A woman, thought to have been the first in Norfolk to have appeared in court charged with the new offence of assaulting an emergency worker, has been jailed.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner has decided not to put forward a case for him to take on control of the county's fire service - for now.
A collection of colourful ribbons are to appear in windows around the city as part of a campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse and to help victims of this "epidemic".
Norfolk's police commissioner is concerned that only 5pc of people report being the victim of a scam.
New legislation which comes into force that sees those who attack police officers, prison officers, firefighters and ambulance crews has today been welcomed by police chiefs.
"If people come at you with a knife and you haven't got one you're stuffed" - that is the stark message from a youth whose friend was stabbed in the chest in a street fight.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner has announced that he will not be seeking re-election when his term ends in 2020.
Norfolk's chief constable and police and crime commissioner will be answering questions from the public at a special event in Taverham next week.
Norfolk police could be in danger of hitting "an historic low" in officer numbers, if the government goes through with plans to change the way police pensions are paid.
'The only thing I hate is hate itself' - that is the message from Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner as National Hate Crime Awareness Week begins.
A teenager who had his ear almost sliced in two in an horrific attack in a Norwich park is still undergoing treatment almost two years on.
A Norfolk MP has raised concerns over proposed changes to the county's fire service.
Norfolk's chief constable will be held to account at a meeting next month.
People in the Cromer area can quiz Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Lorne Green and Chief Constable Simon Bailey at a special Q&A session.
Norfolk's emergency services chiefs have welcomed a new law which will double the maximum sentence for anyone convicted of assaulting an emergency service worker to twelve months.
Norfolk's chief constable has admitted the county's rate of solving domestic abuse and rape crimes do not make good reading - with just one in 16 of the latter solved.
A number of responses to the consultation into the future governance of the fire service could be redacted, as their content is likely to be libellous.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner has said he will take his time to analyse the "huge response" from the public to his consultation over a possible takeover of the county's fire service.
Norfolk's chief constable has insisted proposals to pass control of Norfolk's fire service to the county's police and crime commissioner could offer both organisations "greater opportunities".
Claims that £10m would be saved if Norfolk's fire service passed into the control of the county's police and crime commissioner are "speculative and misleading", councillors have said.
As a public consultation into the future governance of Norfolk's fire service enters its final two weeks, the public have been urged to give their feedback.
The safety of the public would be put at "unacceptable" risk if control of Norfolk's fire and rescue service passed to the county's police and crime commissioner, councillors are expected to state.
The county's crime commissioner has branded attacks on police as "vile", after four officers were spat at in Norwich in just one weekend.
Norfolk County Council leader Andrew Proctor discussed a range of key subjects in an interview with BBC Norfolk. Here is what he had to say:
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner is continuing his tour of the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.
Trade unionists are asking an MP to question the police and crime commissioner's proposal to govern the county's fire service.
Every Norfolk officer could be armed with a taser by 2021 - in response to the shocking news that there were 500-plus attacks on police in the past year.
A town's memorial gardens have been given a make over thanks to community engagement between the police and the local council.
A week-long crackdown on speeding drivers in Norfolk starts today as part of a Europe-wide campaign.
The chairman of a firefighter's union has made a fresh plea for the police and crime commissioner to leave the service in the hands of the county council.
Scores of churches have been protected against the threat of roof raiders a year after the launch of a new campaign backed by the Eastern Daily Press.
Norfolk's police and crime commissioner will be touring the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.
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