Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) says he is undaunted by the constabulary’s budget reserves falling to almost half their level in 2011.
The Home Office has announced hundreds of thousands of pounds for Essex and Suffolk crime prevention schemes to keep young people from being exploited by ‘county lines’ gangs.
A police volunteer who overcame serious illness has completed an epic 50-mile charity trek along the Suffolk coast – with the help of her trusted companion Robbie the horse.
Two towns which have been stripped of a police presence in the latest restructuring of the force are calling for more to be done in rural communities.
A government department is facing criticism after it took four months to respond to Suffolk’s councils about a key parking issue.
Suffolk Constabulary’s Chief Constable Gareth Wilson announced he will retire in April next year after completing 30 years’ service, four of them in charge of the county force.
A drugs-gang crackdown in Suffolk is being launched by police with the announcement of a new serious crime team.
A new £1.5m grant will provide vital support to victims of domestic abuse 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.
The number of Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) roles is set to be reduced as part of Suffolk Constabulary’s new policing model.
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.
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.
More than 1,100 drivers were caught speeding by police in Suffolk during a week-long enforcement campaign.
After an upturn in severe violent crime in Lowestoft and years of police cuts, Conor Matchett learned how local people are fearing the town is changing for the worst.
A panel holding Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner to account have urged him to pursue plans to widen a scheme featuring new speed cameras with automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).
A dedicated panel which holds Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner to account has expressed “serious concerns” over plans to axe half of the county’s PCSOs.
Youth gangs and drug violence have been described as “the biggest threat without question facing Suffolk”.
Volunteers will support police teams by becoming the “eyes and ears” of their communities under a new scheme being rolled out across Suffolk.
A “very successful” programme will relaunch later this month with the aim of getting more families and young people outside and active.
Police have seen a more than fivefold increase in crimes reported online in Suffolk since the launch of a new website.
Soaring numbers of domestic abuse crimes are being reported in Suffolk – with more than 6,000 cases opened in a year.
A meeting will give the public an opportunity to find out more about policing in the county.
Speeding drivers are set to be targeted during a week-long police campaign.
Lowestoft has suffered its most violent start to the year in recent times, according to the latest Home Office figures.
More than 30 people have been arrested in the Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth areas following a police operation tackling organised crime.
Five people were arrested for drugs offences in one day during a police operation in Lowestoft.
Almost 200 drivers, the majority truck drivers, were caught not wearing their seatbelts during a special police operation in Suffolk.
Suffolk police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore is set to map out measures to combat soaring numbers of sexual offences and domestic abuse incidents in the county at a meeting this Friday.
A £500,000, two-year pilot scheme is to be launched in Suffolk to combat drug dealing and gang violence.
Police are set to target drivers and passengers who don’t wear their seatbelts during a week-long enforcement campaign.
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