Our local beat officers
We are lucky to have two Beat Officers, each with over 20yrs experience, covering our area at a time when all the parishes around us only have one.
Both Paul and Emma are nice people, very approachable and dedicated to keeping our parish as a safe place to live, work and visit as possible.
Paul is working with the Parish Council on our Road Safety initiatives and with our villager-led SpeedWatch team to help them achieve the results which we hope will lead to police enforcement of the speed limit on Knapton Road.
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Safer Neighbourhood Team
The Neighbourhood Team is keen to make it’s presence felt to promote confidence in the community.
Policing today takes a very different format from yesteryear, with Cybercrime and County Lines changing the criminal dynamics. But it’s good to know that policing in Norfolk is adapting to meet these threats, as well as maintaining tangible presence.
Inspector Teresa Futter
Local Policing Commander
Tel: 101 Extension: 1174
PC Peter Davison
Engagement Officer | 313
Tel: 101 Extension: 1058
The Local Policing Commander, Inspector Teresa Futter, heads up a group of Safer Neighbourhood Teams.
Peter Davison, the Engagement Officer, provides us with our Cluster 10 Police Newsletter, providing the monthly crime figures for the local parishes, upcoming events and the current Neighbourhood Priorities.
Peter also co-ordinates Community SpeedWatch.
Each month, our local Inspector, Teresa Futter, produces a monthly newsletter which provides crime statistics and updates for the previous month as well as introductions our local officers.
Community Update for Covid-19
Currently, every week or two, our local Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Julie Wvendth is producing a Community Update for Covid-19 which provides their latest advice and guidance during these difficult times.