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Suffolk police will be hosting a 24-hour Tweetathon today to give the public a rare glimpse into the sheer number and range of calls its officers face on a daily basis.
Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner has pledged to ask the government to pay for the £1.5million search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague.
In three decades of policing, Gareth Wilson has witnessed huge change – perhaps never more so than in his last three years as Suffolk’s chief constable.
Suffolk Constabulary has launched its latest campaign to help people in the county stay safe this festive season.
Suffolk MPs reinforced the case for Suffolk to get “fairer funding” when the Home Office allocates police budgets later this month.
A national code-word campaign which enables those who feel vulnerable in pubs and clubs to discreetly approach staff and ask for help is being backed by Suffolk Constabulary.
An urgent review of prison release rules could be requested if a murderer who spent nine hours loose in Ipswich is not returned to a higher security jail.
Suffolk police were out on force this morning conducting roadside checks on the outskirts of Ipswich as part of their winter drink driving campaign.
Senior detectives are speaking out to reassure Capel St Mary residents who have expressed fears for their safety after several homes in the village were targeted by burglars.
Council leaders of authorities from across Suffolk have agreed to contribute to a new study into a relief road around Sudbury to take lorries out of the town centre.
Christmas will never be the same for the family of a 22-year-old woman whose life was stolen by a drink-driver in Suffolk last year.
An evening of celebration has marked a year of achievements for the Suffolk Community Foundation (SCF).
An Ipswich bar manager who was assaulted by her former partner when she was 25 weeks pregnant is today backing an international campaign to end male violence against women.
Road users – especially commuters – gave a huge sigh of relief when the Orwell Bridge re-opened early on Thursday morning after an overnight closure because of high winds.
Survivors of historic child sex abuse will be believed and listened to, a senior Suffolk detective has said as new data shows more people than ever before are coming forward.
Police in Ipswich are tackling around 89 violent crimes a week, new data has revealed – equivalent to 12 incidents a day.
Suffolk’s crime commissioner has declared no immediate plan to move police headquarters, despite the site being earmarked for housing.
Police across the region are launching a two-week amnesty on the surrender of guns.
Two men have been charged with causing grievous bodily harm after a man in his 20s suffered knife wounds near to the Buttermarket Centre on Friday night.
Suffolk police has reissued its reminder to trick or treaters to be considerate of those not wanting to take part in the spooky festivities tomorrow.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Tim Passmore will outline the steps being taken to tackle crimes against business at an event near Ipswich next month.
A Suffolk councillor is calling for tougher sentences for lead thieves after another church - in Sproughton - fell victim to the crime last week.
A special celebration for Suffolk’s thriving BME business community with awards night at the University of Suffolk.
Suffolk’s crime chief has sworn to protect support officers despite being forced into a ‘tight corner’ over government funding.
Police chiefs in Suffolk and north Essex are to review their financial situations as fellow East Anglian force Norfolk announces the biggest shake-up in its history.
Fifty years have gone by since the introduction to the drink-drive limit and the people of Ipswich discuss whether there needs to be any changes.
Suffolk’s police chief has hailed the drink-driving limit for saving thousands of lives in the last 50 years.
“The more time people spend talking and not acting the more victims there will be.”
A road safety campaign aimed at highlighting the dangers faced by cyclists as a result of motorists driving too closely to them is launching in Ipswich.