In the event of an Emergency
Always dial 999 in life-threatening emergencies. The operator will direct you to Police, Fire and Rescue Service, Ambulance or Maritime Coastguard Agency as required. Norfolk Constabulary also have a non emergency number which is 101. You can also use 101 to contact other forces (for a non-emergency).
Our Emergency Planning staff work with other responding agencies and organisations to plan for and mitigate for major incidents. We can help you to prepare for emergencies including flooding and severe weather and storms.
We can also advise businesses with continuity planning - assisting you to make plans to ensure your organisation can continue its critical services in the event of a disruption.
Find out more background information on emergency planning
ICE - In Case of Emergency
Storing 'ICE' in your mobile phone along with a name and telephone number will enable the emergency services to quickly contact someone for you in the event of an emergency.
Eight out of ten people in the UK carry no next of kin details, yet 80% carry a mobile phone, most of whom have it on them all the time. There is no simpler way of letting the emergency services know who to contact should you be involved in an accident than by using ICE.
Standing for In Case of Emergency, ICE will allow emergency service crews to quickly contact a nominated person who can be informed of the incident.
Out of Office Hours Answering Service: 01223 849782
Remember - in an emergency, always dial 999