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Briefing for Police and Crime Commissioner candidates.

Prospective candidates and election agents from across Norfolk are being invited to a briefing session in South Norfolk on Monday 16 March, ahead of the 2020 Police and Crime Commissioner Election.

The session takes place at 4.30pm in the Colman Room at South Norfolk House in Long Stratton, NR15 2XE

Police Area Returning Officer, Trevor Holden said: "This session will cover the timetable for the elections, the nomination process and where to find more information on the Electoral Commission website. We'll also talk about postal votes and will explain the verification and count arrangements. It should prove very useful for people thinking of putting themselves forward for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner."

There is no need to book, but it would be helpful if attendance could be confirmed so that enough information packs are available.

Email to confirm attendance at this session.

The Police and Crime Commissioner election takes place on Thursday, 7 May 2020. Anyone wishing to vote in this election must be registered by 21 April 2020. To register to vote, visit

To find out more about the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner, visit the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners website