Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership

The Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership (NCCSP) has launched an eight-week consultation to understand what residents believe will make Norfolk a safer place to live, work and visit.

The NCCSP develops a Community Safety Plan which sets out the priorities which partners will focus on. Having carried out an assessment of crime and community safety issues, the NCCSP has drafted a new three-year plan which proposes seven priorities.

The partnership now wants to hear from Norfolk residents whether they feel the priorities correctly reflect the issues which matter most to them.

The proposed priorities are:

  • Serious violence
  • Domestic and sexual abuse
  • Preventing terrorism
  • Criminal exploitation, including modern slavery and county lines drug dealing
  • Neighbourhood crimes like robbery, burglary, anti-social behaviour, vehicle crime and other theft offences
  • Hate crime and community tensions
  • Fraud

The NCCSP brings together organisations from across Norfolk to tackle crime and disorder, and ensure the county remains a safe place for all.

The partnership is currently supported by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN) and is chaired by the OPCCN Chief Executive Mark Stokes.

The consultation will run for eight weeks from 24 May 2021, closing on 16 July 2021.

For more information on the priorities and proposed outcomes and to take part in the survey visit



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Broadland Engagement Officer

Norfolk Constabulary