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The North Norfolk Operational Partnership Team (OPT) co-ordinates the response of the Norfolk Safer Communities Partnership in tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) across the district. The North Norfolk OPT is made up of representatives from North Norfolk District Council, Victory Housing Trust and Norfolk Constabulary as well as the Partnership Anti-Social Behaviour Coordinator.
We work with a wide range of agencies such as the Police, Probation, Youth and Social Services and local registered social landlords to ensure that a consistent approach is taken.
The partners operate a ‘Right First Time’ protocol where any complaint of ASB would be taken and directed to the correct agency for investigation.
If you wish to report an ‘Environmental ASB’ such as fly tipping, noise nuisance, graffiti, bonfires or dog fouling please contact our Environmental Protection team on 01263 516085 or visit their web page.
- Designated Public Place Orders
Support for Victims of Abuse
North Norfolk District Council is actively working with the Police, Leeway Women’s Aid and other local authorities to help and support the victims of domestic violence. Support can be in the form of ‘Sanctuary’ – this can include providing security doors, moving letter boxes and supplying outside lights etc. or through outreach support, providing guidance to women who are still in an abusive relationship or have recently left partners on how to make choices about their situation and how to stay safe.
Download our Action Plan - Making a safety plan is a way of helping to protect yourself and children. It helps to think of things in advance, to consider how you can increase your safety either within the relationship, or if you decide to leave.
- North Norfolk Safety Advisory Group
- Norfolk Police and Crime Panel
- Vehicle ASB