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Challenges for police in West Norfolk made vividly clear as figures show knife possession increase




"Crime is changing to become more sophisticated." These were the words of Norfolk's chief constable during a public meeting at Lynn Town Hall this week.

Simon Bailey was on hand to answer questions from members of the public, with police and crime commissioner Lorne Green hosting the event yesterday evening.

"During times of austerity people are driven to commit crimes, but we are doing our best to prevent it," Mr Bailey said.


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