Suffolk Constabulary is committed to enhancing the quality of life for everyone in Suffolk. This section contains information and advice to help keep you safe.
Section 9 of the Animal Welfare Act places a duty of care on people to ensure they take reasonable steps in all the circumstances to meet the welfare needs of their animals to the extent required by good practice.
This section contains information and advice on domestic abuse, FGM, modern slavery, forced marriage and more.
Protecting your business from crime is extremely important and should be part of the day-to-day running of any company.
This section contains useful guidance and information for parents, guardians, professionals and children to ensure all children are safeguarded from harm.
A list of all our crime prevention advice.
Cybercrime is a term for many forms of crimes which can either take place either online or where technology is the method or the intended target.
At Suffolk Constabulary, we want you to feel safe within your home. This section of the website contains advice and helpful steps you can take to protect you and your property.
Human trafficking is the movement of individuals with the aim of forced labour or exploitation. This exploitation is an abuse of...
Anyone arrested in Norfolk or Suffolk will usually be conveyed to one of our purpose built Police Investigation Centres (PIC), where there are facilities to interview, collect evidence and arrange court appearances.
In this section you will find a range of advice on crime prevention and personal safety to help prevent you becoming a victim of crime.
Our Roads Policing Department is supported by the Motorcycle Unit and the Crash Investigation Unit to help keep our roads a safe place to travel.
As a rural county, we have produced this section to provide our communities with support and advice.
What is 'stop and account'? ‘Stop and account’ is when an officer stops you and asks you: what you are doing why...
What is Stop and Search? This is when a police officer stops you and searches you, your clothes and anything you are carrying. ...
The terrorist threat remains real and there is no room for complacency. You should remain alert and aware of your surroundings at all times. If something strikes you as suspicious and out of place then trust your instincts and call the police.
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