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Consumer protection officials have warned householders of the appearance of ‘Nottingham knockers’ in a Suffolk town.

Two smokers have been fined a total of £440 after being spotted dropping cigarette butts on the streets of Ipswich.

Alleged hacker Lauri Love has lost a legal battle for the return of computers and storage devices seized in 2013.

A profoundly deaf Ipswich man has been handed a community order for spitting in a detention officer’s face after spending 12 hours in custody.

Police have been encouraged by the county’s homicide rate falling to the third lowest across England and Wales last year.

Police have launched an arson investigation after a suspicious fire spread inside a disused building at Ipswich docks.

Alleged hacker Lauri Love has begun a legal battle for the return of computers and storage devices seized in 2013.

A 24-year-old airman has been accused of seriously assaulting a man and attacking his son.

Highways England has announced a number of planned roadworks for the Suffolk and north Essex area in the week ahead.

Taxi and private hire drivers were the worst culprits for using mobile phones at the wheel according to traffic studies conducted at Suffolk sites, it has emerged.

Norfolk and Suffolk police have today announced a collaboration to provide staff and officers bespoke mental health support when needed.

Clearing skies, following a rainy start to Sunday, will bring the chance of overnight frost to Suffolk.

Gun crime more than halved across Suffolk over the last year, according to new figures.

An Ipswich charity is looking for teams to compete in its second dragon boat race.

Consumers are being warned about a parcel delivery scam known as ‘brushing’.

Consumers are being warned about a parcel delivery scam known as ‘brushing’.

A Suffolk MP has called for a shake-up of police funding to address “long-term disparities” between the county’s force and others across the country.

Suffolk was one of just 11 police force areas in the country to see an increase in the number of children arrested last year.

Fifteen activists whose protest closed the runway at Stansted Airport have been spared immediate prison sentences.

Ipswich school pupils have spoken about the potential risks they face online as experts called for concerted action to keep young people safe.

Police have apologised for their handling of a complaint about a Suffolk woman’s online comments on gender.

One in 12 complaints made about Suffolk police during a three month period of last year have resulted in formal action.

A former drug addict with an “appalling” criminal record has been told to apply the skills he picked up while in jail awaiting sentence for robbing a bookies.

Police hope a social media drive can help stem rising sex assaults by highlighting issues of consent.

In times of crisis and emergency, we call on those sworn to protect - but where do police officers turn to when they themselves need moral, ethical or spiritual guidance?

Fresh calls have been made for the government to overhaul its method of funding the police after Suffolk taxpayers were again asked to contribute more.

New banning orders to tackle knife violence could see restricted access to social media for gang members as a way of stopping group rivalries escalating.

Police have stepped up patrols in an area of Ipswich where five schoolchildren reported being accosted by a man in a silver car.

A sacked police officer has been reinstated after winning an appeal against his dismissal for misconduct.

Affluent recreational drug users have been accused of causing deprived communities to suffer by fuelling demand in a lucrative criminal trade.

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