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Police and Crime Commissioner consults on 5.2% precept rise.

Giles Orpen-Smellie the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk has informed Norfolk ALC that he will be conducting a public consultation in the window 3-16 January 2023 about the setting of the Police Precept of Council Tax in Norfolk for Financial Year 2023-24. He will be recommending a 5.2% increase of the Precept

Council members and clerks are encouraged to take part in the consultation and encourage members of the public to take part as well. Setting the precept is a vital part of the process in establishing the priorities for the Police service over coming year(s) and it is important that as many people as possible participate in this process.

The full letter received by Norfolk ALC setting out the PCC's analysis and reasoning for the proposed increase can be found on the website at OPCCN letter.

Once the exact mechanisms for making comments are known to us we will send them round to all members.

Posted: Thu, 22 Dec 2022 12:56 by Pete Strange

Tags: Crime, Norfolk Constabulary, Police, Police Commissioner's Budget, Safety