Norfolk Police has had a flood of responses from former police officers wanting to help in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, it has emerged.
Victims of domestic abuse have been reassured that help is still out there despite the country being in lockdown following the coronavirus outbreak.
“Stay inside or lives will be lost.”
Armed police officers in Norfolk and Suffolk have shot their guns nearly 200 times in the last five years, but have not injured or killed anyone, figures reveal.
A woman who claimed she had coronavirus has been jailed after she coughed forcefully into the face of a police officer.
Police across Norfolk now have powers to enforce staying at home and avoiding non-essential travel in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Up to 9,000 prisoners could be released from the country’s prisons to help limited staff deal with the coronavirus.
Norfolk’s chief constable has urged the public to abide by the government’s lockdown to help stop the NHS getting overwhelmed and prevent people from dying.
Thieves have been targeting household products and food - prompting police to warn people to keep cars and sheds secure.
Innovative new technology helped prison officers uncover drugs and phones that had been smuggled into a Norfolk prison.
Residents have been accused of failing to support a revamped hotel, which could now be turned into a drug rehabilitation centre.
Discount retailer QD, with branches across Norfolk, has confirmed all its stores are closing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Thousands of Norfolk children eligible for free school meals are to benefit from a national voucher scheme which will allow them to keep getting them while they are at home.
It was its down-at-heel aura that first attracted Polly Grieff to the crumbling Old Manor at Saham Toney.
A final farewell has been paid to the “cheeky” and “irreplaceable” lorry driver who died in a crash on the A47.