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People across Suffolk and Essex are being called on to reveal the true impact of rural crime.
Online safety campaigners in Suffolk have been “shocked and saddened” by figures showing children as young as 12 are falling victim to “revenge porn”.
The number of stalking incidents in Suffolk more than doubled last year, new figures reveal.
Police chiefs are convinced the £140,000 paid to informants in the past three years provided ‘excellent value for money’.
Police and council chiefs have defended the use of CCTV after Ipswich was named one of the UK’s most watched towns.
Eradicating the ‘evil’ of violent drug gangs can only be achieved through prevention and education, according to Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner.
One in every 10 police officers in Suffolk are currently unfit to perform their full range of duties.
A disturbing spree of rural shop raids has prompted fears Suffolk’s stretched police force presents a “soft” target for crime.
The inquiry into the disappearance of RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague will be stood down and passed to a cold case team.
The Home Office will help towards the cost of the search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague, Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner has announced.
Police in Suffolk have recorded over 200 traffic offences largely by drivers of heavy goods vehicles in just one week – 180 of which were for not wearing a seatbelt.
Suffolk Constabulary has been rated ‘good’ by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) for its overall effectiveness in a report published today.
“It’s not just an attack on your dog. It’s an attack on your independence.”
A programme to develop joint facilities between police and fire services in Suffolk which is currently underway could be the beginning of more measures to unite police, fire and ambulance services.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has praised the efforts of emergency services, public sector workers and charities during the recent snowfall.
Suffolk could get a countywide CCTV network as part of measures to tackle increasing demand on police, Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has said.
“I am afraid those days are gone” – that’s the message from Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore on bobbies patrolling the beat.
A Suffolk police constable who rescued a vulnerable woman from the North Sea was among those recognised for their heroism and long service at an awards ceremony this week.
Fears over the lack of bobbies on the beat in rural Suffolk have been escalated, with one community leader suggesting there are no boots on the ground in her ward.
More than 1,600 motorists have been caught by speed cameras on the A12 so far this year, according to official police figures.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore is se to map out measures to combat soaring numbers of sexual offences and domestic abuse incidents in the county at a meeting this Friday.
Suffolk’s crime commissioner has backed calls for broader powers to oversee supervision and reform of offenders.
A scheme piloted in Haverhill which helps people with disabilities into employment is to be rolled out across the county thanks to fresh six-figure cash.
Suffolk public leaders have vowed to continue lobbying for improvements to the A14, as bosses eye government funding from 2020 to tackle key pinch points.
A review will be carried out this spring into one of the county’s key decision making groups which allocates hundreds of thousands of pounds in Suffolk.
Police have announced they will be targeting people who fail to wear seatbelts during a week-long campaign starting on Monday.
A £500,000, two-year pilot scheme is to be launched in Suffolk to combat drug dealing and gang violence.
The Department for Transport’s (DfT) refusal to approve key changes to parking enforcement powers in Suffolk for yet another 12 months has left county leaders fuming.
A British Army captain who was allowed to keep his licence after being caught driving at speeds up to 130mph on the A12 could face internal disciplinary action.
Gadgets like those used to help put two criminals behind bars are being given away to shield more households from burglars.