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Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel

Information about our Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel public meetings

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP)

SNAP meetings are public meetings where you can raise any concerns you may have about your community.

The meetings are generally chaired by a borough councillor, and attended by police and our officers. Other agencies, such as housing associations or Norfolk County Council, are invited to attend when needed.

You don't need to wait for a SNAP meeting to raise issues. You can contact the police via email or call them on 101.

Neighbourhood area police contact details
Neighbourhood area Contact email address
Downham Market area downhammarketsnt@norfolk.pnn.police.uk
Hunstanton area hunstantonsnt@norfolk.pnn.police.uk
King's Lynn area kingslynnsnt@norfolk.pnn.police.uk

SNAP meetings

SNAP meetings currently take place in the following locations:

Downham Market:

Location: Downham Market Town Hall, Bridge Street, PE38 9HS

The meetings are at 19:00 on Wednesdays on the following dates:

  • December 6
  • February 7 2018
  • April 4 2018

Hunstanton:

Future meeting dates are planned on:

  • March 14 2018 (at The Way Christian Fellowship, Downs Close, Hunstanton)

King's Lynn

Drop in sessions will be held at the Gaywood Library, King's Lynn, 11am-1pm. The planned dates are: 

  • February 8 2018
  • April 5 2018

Evening sessions will be held at the Town Hall, King's Lynn, 5pm-6pm (before the King's Lynn Area Consultative Commitee meeting). The planned dates are:

  • March 26 2018

Please note; the King's Lynn sessions are open to anybody.

Highways issues

For Highways issues, please contact Norfolk County Council at information@norfolk.gov.uk. For more information on Norfolk County Council services, visit the Norfolk County Council website.