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Consultations

In order for your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) to make informed decisions, they must ensure the Norfolk community has an opportunity to share their views and experiences, and communicate what they want and need from the services which affect them.

To do this, the PCC holds public consultations in the form of surveys which allow you, as a Norfolk resident, to have your say. These surveys are conducted online and in paper format to ensure as many people as possible have an opportunity to provide opinions on the issues that matter to them.

Details of the surveys currently underway can be found below. We try to keep our surveys as short as possible so they won’t take you too long to complete. We will also do our best to feed back to you on how your input is being used by your PCC.

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There are currently no live consultations.

Below is also a list of the surveys that have been conducted by the current PCC.

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Budget Consultation 2020/21
The PCC launched his annual public budget consultation on 16 December 2019, asking Norfolk taxpayers whether they would be prepared to pay more through council tax to help build a safer and more resilient Norfolk.

Find out more: 

PCC launches annual budget consultation

Budget report to the Police and Crime Panel


Would you pay more council tax to help fund policing in Norfolk? (2019/20 police budget)
The PCC launched his annual public budget consultation in January 2019, asking Norfolk taxpayers whether they would be prepared to pay more through council tax to support their policing service.

Find out more: 

Consultation document

Survey results

Survey comments

Budget report to Police and Crime Panel


Norfolk Fire Governance Review (A Case for Change – A better way of working for a safer Norfolk)
The PCC ran an eight-week consultation during the summer of 2018 asking for public feedback on his proposal to become Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, taking on the governance of Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service alongside that of Norfolk Constabulary. 

Fire Governance Review


Businesses urged to have their say on crime strategy
The PCC launched Norfolk Constabulary’s draft Business Crime strategy at the Royal Norfolk Show in June 2018, inviting the county’s business community to have their say.

Read more about the event


Would you pay more council tax for policing in Norfolk? (2018/19 police budget)
The PCC launched his annual public budget consultation in November 2016. As well as giving Norfolk’s communities the chance to vote for a freeze or a 2% rise for 2018/19, for the first time Lorne asked if they would be willing to pay even more if the central government cap were lifted – which it was in mid-December. Lorne took his budget proposals to the Norfolk Police and Crime Panel on 6 February 2018.

Find out more: 

Consultation document 

Survey results/comments

Budget and council tax information 2018/19


Would you pay 8p more per week to help fund Norfolk’s policing service? (2017/18 police budget)
The PCC launched his annual public budget consultation in November 2016, taking his proposal for a 2% increase in the policing element of council tax to the Norfolk Police and Crime Panel in February 2017.

Find out more: 

Consultation document

Survey results

Survey comments

Budget and council tax information 2017/18


Have your say on Norfolk’s new draft Rural Policing Strategy
The PCC held a Rural Crime Summit on 28 October to unveil Norfolk’s new draft Rural Policing Strategy. Lorne invited feedback on that draft up until Friday 11 November 2016.

Read the final version of the Rural Policing Strategy


Have your say on what Norfolk’s crime and policing priorities should be and help shape your PCC’s Police and Crime Plan 2016-20.
This survey closed on 12 August 2016. The PCC used this feedback to develop his draft Police and Crime Plan, presented to the Norfolk Police and Crime Panel on 14 September 2016.

Find out more about the draft plan