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25 September 2020

Blog: Precept investment in rural policing

Suffolk is a large rural county with stunning landscapes and particularly attractive towns and villages. It’s a super place in which to live and work and there’s the added benefit of living in an area with low crime levels. Whilst there are pockets of deprivation which present their own policing challenges, I would much rather be the Police and Crime Commissioner here than in a large urban metropolis

17 September 2020

PCC grants £73K to good causes in the county

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner has announced the five organisations who have successfully bid for a share of over £73k to fund various projects which either contribute to reducing crime and disorder, or support victims in the county.

16 September 2020

Have your say on road safety and roads policing enforcement

A national survey to gauge public opinion on road safety and roads policing enforcement will run through to the end of this month. The poll, launched by the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC), seeks to understand local communities’ perception of road law enforcement, risks to safety and fixed penalty notices. The survey has […]

15 September 2020

Precept funding secures new countywide proactive team to tackle criminality

A new countywide team dedicated to tackle criminal threats and challenges that emerge in a particular local area is now operational and active.

8 September 2020

Shooting in Kesgrave: Suffolk Constabulary statement

Statement from Assistant Chief Constable Rob Jones.

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