Officers are appealing for public help to trace to a man who needs medical attention.
Yesterday morning (Thursday 21 March) a man who gave his name as Andrew Collins attended the Leicester Royal Infirmary hospital stating he felt unwell.
He was transferred to the Glenfield hospital for further assessment but left the hospital around 9.30am before being seen by a doctor. He was last seen around this time heading along the A563 road towards Beaumont Leys.
From an assessment carried out at the Infirmary, it is believed he is at risk of becoming seriously unwell and officers are urgently trying to locate him.
Andrew is described as white, between 45 and 60 years old, of a medium build and with dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing a grey jumper, jeans, black shoes and was carrying a cream/beige jacket. He spoke with a what is believed to be an American accent.
PC Jo Blackshaw from Missing from Home team said: “We are extremely concerned for Andrew’s welfare and have been carrying out a number of enquiries to find him.
“We would urge anyone who may know who he is, has heard from him recently or knows of his current whereabouts, to please get in touch with police.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting incident 144 of 21 March.
An award winning week at NCC... 22 March 2019Highlights from an outstanding evening
Last night’s Outstanding Staff Contribution Awards (OSCAs) was a wonderful evening celebrating some of our outstanding staff and their amazing ‘above and beyond’ efforts. Norwich Castle, as ever, provided the perfect atmospheric setting for showcasing the hard work and commitment of all the nominees and winners as well as stilt walking fairies, a silk tumbling angel and hoop aerial acrobatics! Find out who the lucky winners are…Looking for somewhere to quickly recharge between meetings?
Café style short term touchdown points have been installed at the back of the reception area at County Hall. Find out moreCalling all explorers!
Brand new Google Trekker images open-up Norfolk Trails to virtual voyagers.
The entire 84 miles of the stunning Norfolk Coast Path, long sections of the Peddars Way and all the 26 miles of the Marriott’s Way was filmed with Google’s innovative backpack Trekker camera over the summer of 2018. Find out more and take a look!Adult Learning in Norfolk
We’re keen to hear your views on adult learning in Norfolk, whether you’ve attended courses or not. If you can spare a couple of minutes, please click here and help.Extra Outlook training available
An extra session of the Learning & Development course on managing high email volumes in MS Outlook has been added. This will take place on Thursday 25 April 2019 from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm in the Kett ICT room at County Hall.
Please visit the course page on Learning Hub to book yourself a place.And finally...Your year-end edition of The Norfolk Manager is out
Containing lots of reminders to help you round off the year and get set for the new one. Read it here
Missed last week's edition? Don't worry - you can find all editions at The Friday TakeawayEmployee of the year
Ann McCormack is our Employee of the year 2019! Ann is a Complex Case Contracts Manager in Adult Social Services.
Every day Ann excels in her role to negotiate bespoke packages of support for our most vulnerable service users across Norfolk. Single-handedly, she uses service user assessment information to undertake complex and highly skilled negotiations with care homes, supported living providers and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) colleagues. Her conversations are transforming the market to ensure we can purchase the type and level of care required to meet the outcomes and aspirations of service users in a cost-effective way. She commands the respect of colleagues at all levels as well as partner organisations/providers. She’s known to be tough but fair and people respect that. Find out more about Ann and all our winners and nominees.Who are you sending personal data to?
Since 1 April 2018 NCC has logged 339 data breaches. That’s up by over 50% on the same period the previous year. 38% of the breaches were categorised as ‘Information sent to the wrong email/ postal address’. We need to be more careful! Find out how.Wanted – any unused IT equipment
Please return any IT equipment that is not currently being used, to the IMT Reception in County Hall, Floor -1.This week’s blog
James Bullion, Executive Director of Adult Social Services. Read James' blog here and look out for Sara Tough's blog on Monday.
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