Copyright and disclaimer
By using the Norfolk Constabulary website you agree to be bound by these terms, which shall take effect immediately. Should you object to any of the following terms please do not access, use or contribute to Norfolk Constabulary website.
Norfolk Constabulary makes every effort to ensure that the information on this site is accurate and up to date. Norfolk Constabulary however cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or consequences which may result from the use of the information contained on this site.
Norfolk Constabulary makes every effort to check external links and review their content. However, Norfolk Constabulary is not responsible for the quality or content of external links and cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time. Norfolk Constabulary cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or consequences which may result from the use of the external links listed on this site.
If you are concerned about any of the content or links, please send details of your concern to [email protected]
Norfolk Constabulary makes every effort to keep up to date with anti-virus technology and make sure that the website remains virus free. However, users who download files from this site or any external site to which it links, do so at their own risk.
The contents of this website, including the Force crest and logo, and any images, photographs, text, information or material (“the Contents”) are subject to copyright and are the property of Norfolk Constabulary unless otherwise stated.
You may not reproduce, copy, duplicate, publish, transmit, broadcast, sell, hire or redistribute any of the Contents without the prior written permission of Norfolk Constabulary,
Nothing contained in these terms shall be construed as conferring any licence or right to use any copyright of Norfolk Constabulary save in accordance with the conditions of personal use as set out below.
You may copy parts of the content for your own personal use, provided that:
- Those parts are reproduced accurately, for a lawful purpose and refer to the source
- Personal use is not misleading, obscene, offensive or objectionable
- Personal use does not intentionally or otherwise harass, cause distress, defame or inconvenience any person
- Personal use does not infringe, restrict or inhibit anyone else's use and enjoyment of the Norfolk Constabulary website.
Commercial use of the content including but not limited to copying, hiring, lending or selling is strictly prohibited.
Norfolk Constabulary cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or consequences which may result from the use of the content in breach of the above terms.
Breach of copyright constitutes an infringement of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 and Norfolk Constabulary shall be entitled to seek damages, injunctive relief or any other such appropriate civil remedy to rectify any breach.
Should you wish to use any of the content from this website for any other reason than the permission set out above, or should you have any doubts as to the permitted use you should contact us to seek prior permission.
Third party sites
This website contains many hyperlinks to other sites that are not owned or operated by Norfolk Constabulary. The purpose of these links is to offer further information about a topic or organisation which we cannot ourselves include in our own site.
Links made to other Internet sites are regularly reviewed for suitability and we reserve the right to add or remove links from our website at any time.
When a visitor is about to leave the Norfolk Constabulary website using such a hyperlink, every effort will be made to warn you. A link to an external website will always open in a new browser window to indicate the site is separate from the Norfolk Constabulary website.
We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of external Internet sites and suggest you refer to the home pages of these sites for information on their privacy policies.
Fair Processing Notice
The Constabulary collects and uses personal and special category data (sensitive personal information) so that it can carry out its legal and legitimate functions as defined by legislation, common law and best practice.
Information is handled in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018, which sets out the principles of good information handling practice and governs the fair and lawful processing, maintenance and security of data.
The Constabulary take care to ensure the information we hold is accurate, up-to-date and deleted when no longer required, in accordance with the College of Policing Authorised Professional Practice (APP) on the Management of Police Information and with the force Review, Retention and Disposal Schedule.