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Suffolk drivers are continuing use their mobiles while they drive - on the day that police in the county announce their renewed effort to crack down on criminal motorists.
Alleged hare coursers, scrap metal thieves and youths on mini motorbikes reportedly terrorising livestock were all reported during a rural crime crackdown by police.
With almost a dozen stabbings in Suffolk this summer, the county’s police force is standing behind a national campaign to end knife crime with a week of action.
Angry residents living near to a Suffolk open prison where sex offenders are set to be housed say they feel let down by authorities and are “taking matters into our own hands”.
The governor of a Suffolk open prison which is set to house sex offenders met last night with concerned members of the neighbouring community to fend questions and explain the controversial proposals.
A campaign to raise awareness of online dangers to children will help more than 10,000 young people in Suffolk, we can reveal.
Tougher punishment for hare coursers is being called for after reports of the crime more than doubled in a year across Suffolk.
Continued budget cuts will endanger Suffolk’s victims or police services - that is the message from the county’s police and crime commissioner after an independent report criticised the funding plan from the Home Office.
More detailed analysis of missing children cases has been commissioned as figures showed police dealt with more than 1,500 in the first six months of the year.
More than half of domestic crime victims withdrew support for charges over the last year.
Rental owners are being warned their properties could be at risk from urban drug dealers moving into rural Suffolk.
Plans to cut Suffolk police community support officers (PCSOS) by almost half while growing the county’s Safer Neighbourhood Teams has been given the green light.
A new operation has been launched to tackle hare coursing in Suffolk and Essex.
Suffolk police have revealed that they have arrested over 150 people in connection with the supply of class A drugs across the county up until the end of July this year.
The campaign, known as #9PMRoutine encourages members of the public to carry out checks in their home and on their vehicles at a certain time every day.
A man suffered stab wounds to his torso and leg in a ‘horrific’ attack in Ipswich on Saturday.
Police are encouraging both Ipswich Town and Norwich City fans to arrive early for the East Anglian derby with road closures in place at various times around Portman Road.
A week-long campaign carried out by two Suffolk police units has led to over 1,100 drivers being caught speeding on the county’s roads.
Prison chiefs will be quizzed about controversial proposals to admit sex offenders to a Suffolk open facility at a crunch meeting next month.
Seven summer signings to the Ipswich Town squad will be meeting young supporters tomorrow ahead of Sunday’s big local derby.
Police and Crime Commissioners in East Anglia have a new service for the victims of crime in the region.
Suffolk is being urged to unite to confront the issues it is facing following another stabbing in Ipswich.
Prison chiefs have been asked to publicly address “grave” concerns over proposals to house sex offenders in a Suffolk open institution.
Extra funding for police is needed to fight off people smugglers targeting Suffolk’s vulnerable coastline, the county’s crime commissioner has said.
A petition has been launched to prevent a Suffolk open prison from housing sex offenders amid uproar from the community.
Yet another violent criminal was on the run last night after absconding from a Suffolk prison.
Campaigners are calling for more scrutiny of police after strip-searches more than doubled over six years in Suffolk.
Ipswich today stands at a “crossroads” as police fight back against violence and drug crime.
A nature based rehab project and an online safety scheme for people with learning difficulties are among organisations to benefit from the police and crime commissioner’s latest wave of grant funding.
Suffolk’s police chiefs will be at the Giles Statue in Ipswich tomorrow to hear the views of the public as they continue their tour of the county.