We have lots of advice and guidance on all things policing. Stay safe in Norfolk.
The Protection of Animals Act was passed in 1911 and covers domestic or captive animals including farm animals. Since 1911, there have been nine amendments to the Act.
We are committed to supporting victims – together with our partner agencies, we can and we will help you. Our message is simple - no-one need suffer in silence.
Protecting your business from crime is extremely important and should be part of the day-to-day running of any company.
This section contains useful guidance and information for parents, guardians, professionals and children to ensure all children are safeguarded from harm.
A list of all our crime prevention advice.
Anyone arrested in Norfolk or Suffolk will usually be conveyed to one of our purpose built Police Investigation Centres (PIC), where there are facilities to interview, collect evidence and arrange court appearances.
Cybercrime is an umbrella term used to describe two closely linked, but distinct ranges of criminal activity.
At Norfolk Constabulary, we want you to feel safe within your home. This section of the website contains advice and helpful steps you can take to protect you and your property.
Use this form to understand if your report is a police matter. It will give you advice on how to make a report to the relevant service if we are unable to help.
Advice to ensure your personal safety, including support available for victims of a crime.
Our Roads Policing Department is supported by the Motorcycle Unit and the Crash Investigation Unit to help keep our roads a safe place to travel.
As a rural county, we have produced this section to provide our communities with support and advice.
A police officer might stop you and ask: • what your name is • what you’re doing in the area • where you’re going ...
"A stop and search is most likely to be fair and effective when the search is justified, lawful and stands up to public scrutiny; the officer has...
Welcome to the Stop Hate in Norfolk web pages, a resource for everyone who wants to work towards tackling Hate in Norfolk . What is the...
The terrorist threat remains real and there is no room for complacency. You should remain alert and aware of your surroundings at all times. If something strikes you as suspicious and out of place then trust your instincts and call the police.
If you become a victim or witness to a crime or anti-social behaviour incident and have to attend court, both Norfolk Constabulary and Norfolk Crown Prosecution Service are committed to delivering an excellent service to you.