Follow us on social media to join in on conversations and keep up to date with the latest news:
You are here
The Independent Advisory Group (IAG) is a voluntary group of Norfolk residents from different community backgrounds who give their opinions and advice to help improve the quality of policing services.
The group helps to:
Appropriate Adults are volunteers who are independent of the police. They observe, support and assist detained, vulnerable people in one of the four custody suites in Norfolk.
In accordance with the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984, anyone considered to be ‘vulnerable’ should have another adult with them when they are interviewed by the police.
Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner has a statutory responsibility on behalf of the Home Office to establish and manage an Independent Custody Visiting Scheme.
You must report lost dogs, dog fouling, noisy dogs and stray dogs to your local council
Illegal dumping of waste should be reported to your local council. If the offence is being committed at the time of the call, contact the police.
When a person is identified as missing, and it is an emergency, always dial 999. For all non-emergency cases, contact us on 101.
What we need from you
When you call 999 or 101 to report someone as a missing person we will:
More than 3,300 drivers were breath tested in Suffolk and Norfolk during the Christmas drink drive campaign - with 9% failing in Suffolk and 6.3% in Norfolk.
Between 1 December 2015 and 1 January 2016, 3,349 drivers were tested with 262 drivers providing positive readings in total for both counties.
Two men have been jailed for a total of seven years for their part in trafficking two men from Lithuania and forcing them to work whilst living in poor conditions.
Konstantin Sasmurin, aged 34 and Linus Ratautas, aged 31, both Lithuanian nationals living at an address in Yarmouth Road, Caister-on-Sea, were sentenced at Kings Lynn Crown Court today.
Noise nuisances are generally dealt with by local authorities, please check this page to see who will be able to help.
You can make a report to your local council if you are having problems with:
• noisy neighbours
• dogs barking
• loud music