Date published: 10th April 2024

On Thursday 2 May 2024 an election will be held across Norfolk for the office of the Police & Crime Commissioner.

You can see prospective candidates for the Police & Crime Commissioner via

More information around the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner is available at

If you are not registered to vote, the deadline to register is 11.59pm on Tuesday 16 April. You can register to vote at

You can vote in the upcoming election three ways – you can vote in person, by post or by appointing someone you trust to vote in your place, known as a proxy vote.

The deadline to apply for a new postal vote or changes to an existing postal vote is 5pm on Wednesday 17 April.

The deadline to apply for a new proxy vote, 5pm on Wednesday 24 April.

The Elections Act 2022 introduced requirements to show a form of photo ID at a polling station, this is referred to as Voter ID.

There are a number of accepted forms of Voter ID - to find out which ID you can use in the polling station, visit our website or the Electoral Commission website.

If you do not have one of the accepted types of ID, you can apply for a free voter authority certificate at or by completing and submitting a paper form to North Norfolk District Council.

The deadline to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate is 5pm on Wednesday 24 April.

Postal votes will be dispatched after Wednesday 17th April.

You can contact the Elections Team via

Last updated: 11th April 2024