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PC 1070 Lee Anderton
Western District Engagement Officer
Kings Lynn Police Station
Norfolk Constabulary
St James Rd
King’s Lynn, PE30 5DE
Tel: 01553 665024 Fax: 01553 665056
Mobile: 07989300421

The meetings when held for the Downham Market area (including West Dereham)
will be held at the Marshland St James Village Hall

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Norfolk Constabulary is currently looking for volunteers to help us with the recruitment by joining a Recruitment Support Panel. I have attached a job description for the volunteer role and if you are interested or if you know someone that would be good in this role please contact Pauline McIntosh who is Head of Resourcing for the Constabulary.

This is an important role as it will help shape the Constabulary work force ensuring the community we service is correctly represented.

PC 1070 Lee Anderton
Western District Engagement Officer
Kings Lynn Police Station

PC 1070 Lee Anderton

Western District Engagement Officer

Kings Lynn Police Station

Norfolk Constabulary

St James Rd

King’s Lynn, PE30 5DE

Tel:  01553 665054    Fax:  01553 665056

Mobile: 07989300421


Keep Your Property Safe – Follow the 9PM Routine.

Advice from PC Lee Anderson, Norfolk Constabulary

Are you keeping your property safe?Are you sure that you have locked everything up?

If you are finding that occasionally you are forgetting to lock up in an evening before going to bed why not set up the 9pm Routine.

Set an alarm for 9pm and follow these simple rules:

1. Make sure the car/van is locked.

2. Make sure all windows are shut and locked.

3. Make sure all doors are locked.

4. Make sure all outbuildings/sheds are locked.


Latest Norfolk Police information and advice during the Coronavirus outbreak

Link to information (15th April 2020)

Downham Market and surrounding area (May 2020 Newsletter)


Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner has launched his annual budget consultation setting out the challenges facing policing in the county and seeking residents’ views on how best to meet them.

During his fourth year of delivering his ambitious Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk PCC Lorne Green is now asking the public if they would be prepared to pay extra in a bid to build a safer and more resilient Norfolk – or prefer no rise at all.

The PCC is required by law to set the budget for Norfolk Constabulary and as part of this, decide how much the Norfolk public contributes to the policing element of Council Tax they pay. To inform this decision, each year Lorne has consulted with people across the county on whether or not this should increase.

This year’s consultation will run from today Monday 16 December until Friday 17 January 2020 and will see Lorne touring the county to seek the views of Norfolk residents.

“It is imperative to me I hear the views of as many Norfolk residents as I can to ensure I make a fully informed decision,” said Lorne.

“Every year, a large majority of the Norfolk public have supported an increase in the police precept to ensure the Norfolk Constabulary can continue to provide a high-quality service.

“Based on the needs set out by the Chief Constable for Norfolk and with the support of residents, I have previously continued to raise the police precept to invest in a number of areas identified as priorities by the Norfolk public.”

During his tenure, the PCC has previously invested in areas, including:

  • Increasing the number and visibility of uniformed officers – Norfolk now has 138 more officers as a result.
  • The roll-out of 21st century technology including drones, body-worn cameras and expansion of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology.
  • Policing and crime prevention in rural areas including introduction of Rural Crime Officers, increased Constabulary engagement with rural communities and the launch of the ‘Raise the Alarm’ campaign to reduce church lead thefts.
  • Tackling abuse through an increase in detectives and the creation of two new ‘Investigation Hubs’ in the county.
  • Increasing support for all victims, including services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assaults.

“Looking ahead to the next five years, the risks in our communities and the pressures on Norfolk Constabulary will continue to be very challenging for the police and my office,” added Lorne.

“The increase in some of the most abhorrent and harmful crimes, including domestic abuse, sex offences, child sexual abuse and child sexual exploitation, has also left officers undertaking complex investigations on a frequent basis.

“This fundamentally changes how the police need to do their business and long-term steps to make our communities and future generations more resilient are necessary.

“Raising taxation is a decision no-one wants to take, particularly at a time when, for so many, incomes are stretched.

“However, we are faced with some stark choices and I need to fully understand how supportive you are of the different options available to keep Norfolk safe and build long-term resilience.”

Have your say

You can read the full consultation document and take the survey online by visiting www.norfolk-pcc.gov.uk.

If you would prefer a hard copy of the consultation pack, these are available on request by telephone to (01953) 424455 or by email to [email protected].

If you require the consultation information in an alternative format, please get in touch with your request.

Date for your diary: The PCC’s next Question and Answer session with Norfolk’s Chief Constable Simon Bailey is due to take place on Thursday 16 January 2020 from 6pm at The Bell Hotel, King Street, Thetford, IP24 2AZ.

Members of the public are encouraged to attend to share any views, issues or concerns about crime and policing in their area.

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Office of the Police and Crime and Commissioner for Norfolk

Building 1, Falconers Chase

Wymondham, Norfolk NR18 0WW

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