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Police and crime commissioners

Police and crime commissioners are elected by the public to ensure the policing needs of communities are met as effectively as possible and to oversee how crime is tackled in your police force area.

Michael Rosen

Being Police & Crime Commissioner for Norfolk demands experience of leading a County level service, engaging with communities, and working with other organisations to meet people’s needs. I already have a very successful record of delivering multi-agency services across Norfolk. I know the needs of Norfolk’s different communities and who is best placed to meet them. I will integrate our Police into a whole community response that stops crime rather than just picking up the pieces after the event. I am the best person for the job.

I promise a better response to the concerns of communities challenging crime –the safety of women or anybody else targeted by hate, anti-social behaviour, the impact of drug use or street drinking, the rise in violent crime. People have a right to feel safe in public spaces. I promise to continue the fight against crime that happens in our homes – domestic abuse, child sexual exploitation, fraud, and cybercrime. We need to tackle crime where people work – violence against people doing their job, health & safety failures, and modern slavery and trafficking. I will support our Police to get the money and equipment they need, and fair pay that reflects the risks they run in keeping us safe. I will hold them accountable for using these resources to help create a safer, fairer Norfolk for everyone.

Statement prepared by David Fullman, Election Agent on behalf of Michael Rosen, both of St Marks Church Hall, Hall Road, Norwich, NR1 3HL.

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