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Helping you in an emergency

The Norfolk Resilience Forum (NRF) has been set up to provide information to the public to warn and inform about emergencies. Our aim is to make you aware when there is a risk of an emergency and what our planned response will be and also to provide you with information and advice as necessary at the time of an emergency.

We hope you will find this website of assistance and interest.

Local Risks

For area specific risk in formation within Norfolk please see the following sections:

Very High | High | Medium | Low

About the NRF (NRF)

The Norfolk Resilience Forum (NRF) provides information to the public to help them plan and prepare for an emergency that may affect our county.


Preparing your Home

Emergencies happen.  Find out how you and your family can prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies.


Preparing your Community

Community Resilience – using local resources and knowledge to help themselves during an emergency.


Preparing your Business

Whether you are a large or SME business, have you got the ability to respond swiftly to an emergency?


Local Flood Risks

  • 2 Flood Alert December 18, 2014 12:22 pm
    2 Flood Alert for Anglian region […]
  • 0 Severe Flood Warning December 18, 2014 12:22 pm
    0 Severe Flood Warning for Anglian region […]
  • 0 Flood Warning December 18, 2014 12:22 pm
    0 Flood Warning for Anglian region […]

Local Weather Conditions

Facebook Posts

Our themed messages this week are around #CyberSafety.

Buying online
If possible use online retailers and brands that you are aware of and trust. When purchasing major brands always go to the official website to find a list of authorised sellers.

When purchasing online, check the delivery, insurance, warranty and returns policies.

Make sure your computer(s) have adequate anti-virus software that will enable your computer to flag any untrustworthy sites.

Receiving e-cards
If you receive an anonymous e-card, it’s better to play it safe and delete the email as it could be infected.

Use a reputable anti-virus product on your electronic devices making sure it is regularly updated and always turned on.

If you believe your electronic device has been infected, switch it off and disconnect from the internet. This should prevent further information [potentially being stolen. You can find free advice on malware removal here:

Online auctions
Always use recommended methods of payment rather than transferring money direct to a seller.

Research the seller before you place any bids. If available you should check their feedback, be mindful that this can also be falsified.

Be cautious when buying from sellers abroad, if you are in any doubt then back out of the sale.

Donating to charity
Visit the charity’s website by ticking the address into your browser rather than clicking on a hyperlink embedded within an email.

Before donating check the website you are on is secure. The address should begin with https:// (the S stands for secure) and look for the padlock symbol.

Do not respond to requests to donate through a money transfer company such as Western Union or MoneyGram.

Social media scams
Do not have too much personal information on social media accounts which could allow your bank accounts to be compromised.

Be wary when installing add-ons to your interest browser as some can be used to extract personal & financial information from your search history.

If you click on a social media advert do the necessary checks before buying anything from the website you land on.
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