Project Servator aims to disrupt a range of criminality, from shop lifting to county lines drug dealing and terrorism, while providing a reassuring presence for the public.
We are working with partners, including businesses and the public, to continue to visibly police the county - making it a difficult place for criminals and terrorists to operate.
Our Project Servator deployments are highly visible and unpredictable and can happen at any time, anywhere.
What we will do
If a Project Servator deployment is happening where you are, there’s nothing to worry about. They are normal police deployments.
They are made up of a range of resources including neighbourhood policing officers, armed police officers, police dogs and CCTV.
Officers talk to the public and local businesses to let them know what they are doing and remind them to be vigilant, trust their instincts and report any suspicious or unusual activity. You may also watch officers handing out leaflets explaining what Project Servator is, or see posters on display nearby.
Working with the community is a vital part of making Project Servator a success. If you have any questions please feel free to talk to our officers.
Our teams also work with partners, such as security staff and CCTV operators to carry out deployments. Together, we’ve got it covered.
What we need you to do
You have an important role to play by reporting anything that doesn’t feel right, for example an unattended item or someone acting suspiciously.
You can report your concerns to officers who are out and about. Alternatively, you can call Norfolk Police on 101.
We also need you to remain vigilant while out and about, and to follow national ACT (Action Counters Terrorism) guidance. More information on what to look out for and how to contact police can be found at www.gov.uk/ACT.