Meet Kesgrave and Rushmere St Andrew's new community-funded 'bobby on the beat' - PCSO Gemma Read.
Meat cleavers and ornamental daggers were among the weapons anonymously handed in to police during a Suffolk-wide knife amnesty, pictures show.
A second Instagram account launched under the identity of a convicted murderer has been removed from the social media site.
Extra investigators are being appointed in Suffolk in a bid to halt poor rates for solving serious sexual offences.
Long-serving and hard-working police officers were honoured at Suffolk Constabulary's annual awards ceremony.
A team of specialist officers from Suffolk Constabulary searched various areas of the town for weapons on Thursday, March 14 as part of a nationwide operation.
A national week-long operation will be supported by Suffolk police to crack down on gang activity and highlight the risks of carrying a bladed weapon.
An organisation representing the interests of Suffolk farmers and landowners has shared its concerns over a resurgence in metal theft across the county.
Police dogs might think they are just playing games - but their handlers know just how vital their role is.
A new mental health response team which aims to support high-risk patients in Ipswich and Bury St Edmundsk is to be launched in Suffolk after funding was agreed.
Declining levels of metal theft have been reversed by a two-year resurgence across Suffolk.
A police operation targeting trucks and passenger carriers on Suffolk's roads last week saw four people arrested on suspicion of drug driving.
A £2million pot of cash has been formed by council bosses in Suffolk to fund growth projects across the county.
Council tax bills in Ipswich are to go up by 4.7% in April, it was confirmed on Wednesday as the borough set its element of the charge.
A striking poster campaign has been launched in Ipswich to spread awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking.
In total 1,591 drivers were caught speeding across the county as part of a three-week campaign from Suffolk police.
Members of the Bangladeshi community in Ipswich joined with civic leaders for a special ceremony to mark a crucial stage of their country's independence struggle.
Police in Suffolk are to receive specialist training on guide dog attacks in the first scheme of its kind in Britain.
Ipswich school pupils have spoken about the potential risks they face online as experts called for concerted action to keep young people safe.
Police hope a social media drive can help stem rising sex assaults by highlighting issues of consent.
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.
Homes across Suffolk are set to see their council tax bills rise by around £65 from April, after county council budget proposals were approved.
Affluent recreational drug users have been accused of causing deprived communities to suffer by fuelling demand in a lucrative criminal trade.
Police appear to be winning the battle against a drug distribution network dubbed the biggest criminal threat to Suffolk.
Suffolk's new police chief has vowed to focus on fighting crime across every community.
Tax bills are set to go up further after approval of an increase in the share of police funding.
Drug-driving has been labelled "an emerging and serious threat to road safety" after the number of cases overtook drink-driving for the first time in Suffolk over Christmas.
The number of drivers caught speeding by Suffolk's permanent cameras remained almost constant last year - even though one was out of order for the first four months of the year.
More than two thirds of responses to public consultation have backed plans to increase the amount of council tax collected for the police.
A parking plan for Newmarket is currently in development, it has been confirmed - and will form the basis for future provision across the county.