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Norfolk Police are asking local residents to complete a short survey about engagement to better understand how the public want to hear from them.

Earlier this month the force launched a Public Engagement Survey, which aims to make sure people can get the right information when they want it and in a way that’s right for them.

The survey is quick and easy to complete, taking no longer than 10 minutes to fill in and any information provided is anonymous.

Chief Constable Paul Sanford said: “We always strive to keep our communities updated on local policing issues and the work we do to keep them safe.

“Our priority is to deliver exceptional policing for Norfolk and keeping people informed about our work in their local community plays a big part in achieving this.

“We communicate with the public in many ways, be that face-to-face in local meetings or online through our website and social media channels.

“However, what we want to know is if we’re doing this in the right way which meets the needs of our communities.

“Keeping up to date with local policing issues can be important for many people and we’d really appreciate their time in helping us shape this better for the future.”

To take part in the survey, visit www.norfolk.police.uk or click here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/LK2S0T/

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