Social media

Stay stafe when using social media

Suffolk Police supports the use of social media as a means of talking with and listening to the communities we serve.

Our networks provide people with an alternative source of the latest information in real time, often accompanied by images or videos.

We can be found Facebook and Google+, where users are encouraged to comment on our posts that include news stories, campaigns or seasonal advice.

Instagram is an online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service. Users can take an image or video on their phone, upload it to the app, add a filter, and simply share amongst their followers. Follow Suffolk Police’s Instagram account to see life around Suffolk from the Constabulary’s view.

On our YouTube channel, you can see videos we've produced highlighting safety advice, our services, awareness campaigns and news.

We also use Twitter, a social network that is growing fast and often in the news.

Our Twitter account currently has over 20,000 followers who look to us for us to 'tweet' the latest news, information and advice.

Our appeals for witnesses or information can be shared with thousands of people across Twitter within minutes - making it a powerful form of communication to help detect crime and keep people safe.

In addition to our main corporate account @SuffolkPolice -  we also have the following district accounts providing information at a local level.

Some of our departments have Twitter accounts that aim to provide members of the public with an insight into their work, as well as tips to keep you safe whilst out and about in Suffolk.

You can also follow senior officers, police constables and members of police staff in order to gain an understanding into the working life of those at Suffolk Constabulary.

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