Campaigns and features produced by Norfolk Constabulary to help keep our communities safe and secure.
Don't carry knives is the message in this educational short film that is being shown in every High School across Norfolk.
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A unique new take on an age old problem sees the launch of a short online film reminding householders not to make burglary ‘child’s play’ for offenders.
'Custody' is an innovative short film showcasing Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies' new state-of-the-art Police Investigation Centres through the eyes of a prisoner.
'David's story' contains hard-hitting footage of a fatal collision in Norfolk that was released by police in a bid to get motorcyclists and drivers to think seriously about road safety.
Police are urging the public to spot the signs that someone may be being exploited and report it as they mark the start of Norfolk Freedom Week to...
The video, #HideYourStuff, aims to encourage motorists to think more about security by showing the speed and ease at which vehicles can be broken into.
Based on real experiences, ‘Look what you did’ is an emotive short film that highlights the work of the Sexual Assault Referral Centre in helping victims of rape and sexual assault.
Around 25% of calls Norfolk Police receive each year are inappropriate, either because they simply are not emergencies requiring...
Norfolk Constabulary has been focussed on disrupting and preventing County Lines drug dealing in our local towns and villages since...
Project Servator Project Servator aims to disrupt a range of criminality, from shop lifting to county lines drug dealing and...
#ProperLockIt is a video that aims to encourage cyclists to think more about security by showing the speed and ease at which cycles can be stolen.
The 'Too good to be true' adverts raise awareness on cyber crime, showing that if an offer looks too good to be true, it probably is.