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DROP-IN sessions

PC Lee Anderton - the Community Engagement Officer will hold DROP-IN sessions on the following dates:-


Friday 4th. from 4pm - 6pm at Gaywood Library

Monday 14th. from 10am - 12pm at King's Lynn Library

Monday 28th. from 10am - 12pm at King's Lynn Library


Monday 4th from 10am - 12pm at King's Lynn Library

Monday 11th from 10am - 12pm at King's Lynn Library

Monday 18th from 10am - 12pm at King's Lynn Library

Monday 25th from 10am - 12pm at King's Lynn Library         

All are invited to attend - 'Come along and have a chat about any issues that are affecting you or your community. PC Anderton will be able to discuss ways of dealing with these matters and point you in the right direction if it is not a police matter


I am PC Lee Anderton and I work as the Engagement Officer for West Norfolk. My responsibilities include working alongside and promoting the Special Constabulary, Police Support Volunteers, Neighbourhood Watch and Community Speedwatch. If you are interested in volunteering for any of these roles please e-mail me at:-   Lee.Anderton@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.



The threat to the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) from international terrorism is SEVERE.

Note that 'SEVERE' means an attack is highly likely.

Latest information is available here
(Link takes you to a Government website)

To report any suspicious activity or behaviour call 0800 789 321 or in an emergency dial 999.

May 2017

 Public urged to stay alert - police chief

Norfolk’s chief police officer has urged people to go about their daily business, while being alert to suspicious activity.

It comes as police respond to the national terror threat level being raised to critical.

Armed officers have been deployed to key locations in both counties, in particular crowded areas with high footfall such as the city centre, to provide visible reassurance.

It comes after the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre raised the threat level last night – meaning an attack not only remains highly likely but a further attack may be imminent.

Chief Constable Simon Bailey said: "The public would expect us to respond appropriately to this raised threat level and the deployment of armed officers is our primary response to this.

"Norfolk is a safe county and this additional policing is about providing a visible reassurance to the public.

"I would encourage anyone who sees those officers carrying out patrols to approach them, speak to them and support them because when incidents happen like those witnessed in Manchester and in Westminster, it’s those officers who rush to the scene to help, at a time when everyone else is trying to get away. I know they would appreciate the support.”

Military personnel are not currently being deployed in joint patrols with police officers in crowded places – but the threat assessment is continuously under review.

Officers are also reviewing security plans for a number of events in the coming weeks.

Mr Bailey added: "I would urge people to go about their daily business as usual, but be extra vigilant and report anything you think looks out of place.”

Members of the public are asked to remain calm but alert – if you see anything which causes you concern, then call the police immediately. Look out for anything that seems out of place.

Latest guidance on recognising the terrorist threat and remaining vigilant can be accessed via the Government website.

To report any suspicious activity or behaviour call 0800 789 321 or in an emergency dial 999.



December 2016.

Wildlife Crime:     WildlifeCrime@norfolk.pnn.police.uk

If you are aware of an incident or offence taking place there and then or shortly afterwards please dial 999.