About Safer Neighbourhoods

Police Community Support Officer interacting with members of the public

Suffolk Police has 29 Safer Neighbourhood teams (SNTs), which are busy working in the heart of local communities to tackle policing issues that mean most to you.

The aims of Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) are to:

  • Listen to you and identify your concerns.
  • Work together to tackle the issues you have identified.
  • Keeping you informed of our progress.

To achieve this, Suffolk Police work in partnership with councils and other organisations to deliver a service that is visible, accessible and responsive to what local people need.

Each team holds community priority setting meetings, which are attended by the local police, county, district and parish councillors, as well as our partners from health and educational organisations.

Issues addressed by local people are discussed at these meetings, and the top three priorities that need to be tackled are selected.

Each team is committed to keeping you updated on progress related to priorities in your local policing area, which they do in a number of ways, including regular updates on their local website pages.

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