An Ipswich mum has raised concerns at a "lack of communication" from medical staff after her newborn baby son died at Ipswich Hospital at just over a day old.
An innovative Suffolk police scheme to recruit detectives from the general public has been hailed as the force welcomes a new crop of rookies.
Suffolk police have re-appealed for information regarding a robbery earlier this week in which a woman in her 70s was pushed to the ground.
Police have seen a drop in recorded child sex abuse since figures showed a 34% increase in crimes across Suffolk.
A man who grabbed the throat of a police dog and pulled at its throat has been convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal.
A three-day inquest is due to begin today into the death of a one-day-old baby.
An 'enraged' nightclub goer who pushed a man to the ground and kicked him in the head told police he was protecting his partner.
Jeremy Bamber says reports of his behaviour following the White House Farm murders in Essex were "exaggerated or just nonsense" during an interview from prison.
A 20-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after the rural policing team and the RSPCA visited a caravan site.
Two men became involved in a brawl in Ipswich town centre because they felt a dead relative had been disrespected on Facebook, a court has heard.
Police are appealing for witnesses after the tail of a horse was found cut by an unknown person near Woodbridge.
Two men have been charged with drugs offences following a police chase through a Suffolk town.
An Ipswich man has denied making and possessing indecent images of children, and inciting three boys to send him indecent images of themselves.
A man has been accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice following a fatal road crash he allegedly caused by dangerous driving.
An investigation is underway following reports of alleged rogue traders conducting work on the roof of an elderly Suffolk resident's property.
Each week we look at the crimes committed in Ipswich. If you have information that could help solve any of these offences, please call Suffolk Constabulary on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.