Drug issues and road problems are on the agenda as city folk are given the chance to have their say on crime priorities.

Norfolk Constabulary put out a Safer Neighborhood Action Panel (SNAP) poll for the Norwich North area which covers issues in Wensum Park, Sandy Park, St Clements Hill and Constitution Hill.

Norwich Evening News: Alex Catt, Green Party councillor for Sewell Ward - Picture: NewsquestAlex Catt, Green Party councillor for Sewell Ward - Picture: Newsquest (Image: Newsquest)

People can vote for what they would like their Safer Neighbourhood Team to prioritise - with cases put forward by local councillors.

Alex Catt, Green Party councillor for Sewell Ward, said: "In the last quarter, we secured a police priority for drug-related issues in the Magdalen Road area and in Temple Road where progress has now been made with significant arrests.

Norwich Evening News: Julie Brociek-Coulton, Labour Party councillor for Sewell Ward - Picture: Labour PartyJulie Brociek-Coulton, Labour Party councillor for Sewell Ward - Picture: Labour Party (Image: Norfolk County Council)

"I look forward to similar progress at Sandy Park."

Julie Brociek-Coulton, a Labour councillor for Sewell Ward, said: "We had a meeting around the speeding issue in Constitution Hill and St Clements Hill.

"It's a big concern, especially with children leaving the nearby Sewell Park Academy School.

Norwich Evening News: The poll looks at crime in Sandy Park, Wensum Park, Constitution Hill and St Clements Hill - Picture: PA MediaThe poll looks at crime in Sandy Park, Wensum Park, Constitution Hill and St Clements Hill - Picture: PA Media (Image: PA)

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"Alice McDonald, Labour MP candidate for Norwich North, also backs the campaign to try and resolve the issue."

Mike Stonard, a Labour party member for Catton Grove Ward, said: "The priority for Catton Grove ward is drugs related anti-social behaviour in the vicinity of Palmer Road, George Pope Road and Pointers Field.

"We're disappointed that this wasn't included in the consultation and we'll be raising it again at the next meeting."

Norwich Evening News: Mike Stonard, Labour Party member for Catton Grove Ward - Picture: NewsquestMike Stonard, Labour Party member for Catton Grove Ward - Picture: Newsquest (Image: NCC)

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Gary Champion, Green Party council for Sewell Ward, said: "It is paramount that local parks are safe spaces for children to play without concern.

"Following reports of people in the bushes swearing and shouting abuse at a family, I raised their concerns at the recent SNAP meeting.

"In addition, the footpath from Mousehold Avenue to Heathgate frequently has antisocial behaviour incidents and I encourage anyone who has an incident to contact the safer neighbourhood team to report it."

Norwich Evening News: Gary Champion, Green Party councillor for Sewell Ward - Picture: NewsquestGary Champion, Green Party councillor for Sewell Ward - Picture: Newsquest (Image: Gary Champion)