Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meetings are public meetings where you can raise any concerns you may have about your local community.


SNAP meetings take place covering the Downham Market, Hunstanton and King’s Lynn policing districts.


SNAP meeting dates for 2015 and 2016


Downham Market – Town Hall, Bridge Street, PE38 9HS
7pm on 7 October, 2 December and 3 February


Hunstanton – Dersingham Primary School, Saxon Way, PE31 6LR
7pm on 15 September, 17 November, 19 January and 15 March


King’s Lynn – Council Offices, Chapel Street, PE30 1EX (please note
7pm on 15 September, 17 November, 19 January and 15 March


If you are unable to make it to a SNAP meeting you can report your issues or concerns by sending an email to  You will need to include your name, contact details and a brief description of the issue together with a postcode so that we can identify the location.


Alternatively you can tweet us @kingslynnpolice or @WestNorfolkBC


Further information about SNAP meetings


Meetings are chaired by borough councillors and each SNAP panel has borough council and police representatives.  Other agencies such as housing associations or Norfolk County Council highways are invited to attend if needed.

Each SNAP covers a specific policing area.  You can check the neighbourhood map to find your SNAP or visit the Norfolk Police website.



Last updated: 04 September 2015
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