Today is the last chance for people in West Norfolk to have their say on how the area is policed.
The county’s police and crime commissioner, Lorne Green, has been seeking residents’ views on police services for the past eight weeks, as part of preparations of his new police and crime plan.
The consultation ends at midnight tonight and the plan document, which will cover the whole of Mr Green’s four year term in office, is due to be published this autumn.
The document will set out police priorities, the resources to be made available to the force and how performance will be assessed, as well as capabilities for dealing with issues including cybercrime, terrorism and child sexual abuse.
Mr Green’s office yesterday said around 2,500 people across the county have participated in the survey so far.
Residents can take part by visiting www.norfolk-pcc.gov.uk/TellLorne or emailing TellLorne@norfolk.pnn.police.uk. Participants can also phone 01953 424455.