Watch Simon Bailey's interview with Natalie Gray below
The Chief Constable of Norfolk Police has issued a public apology to the people of Cromer over the troubles the town were subjected to last month.
A public meeting took place last night for residents to quiz police officials over the way they responded to the recent violence and disorder in Cromer linked to a group of travellers.
Parts of the seaside town were in lock down as shops and pubs were forced to close during carnival week, one of their busiest times of the year.
Mr Bailey also admitted the events had left him feeling upset of the possible damage done to community relations:
Watch Natalie Gray's report from last night's meeting.