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Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner to step down

Norfolk PCC Lorne Green is to step down at the next election in 2020.

Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green is to step down at the next election after just one term in office.

The commissioner was elected in 2016 as the Conservative candidate beating the previous Independent commissioner Stephen Bett. Mr Green says he wants to spend more time with his family.

“I take enormous pride in serving the Norfolk community as its Police and Crime Commissioner. I take even greater pride in being a dad and granddad.

"My wife and I want to devote more time together to supporting and enjoying our family.

"Accordingly I will not be seeking re-election at the next Police and Crime Commissioner election in 2020. I will, of course continue to serve the Norfolk community with undiminished commitment and enthusiasm until that time.”

– Lorne Green