Social Media

Follow us on social media to join in on conversations and keep up to date with the latest news.

Our social media sites are administered by police staff and monitored during normal office hours - they are not routinely monitored 24/7. If you want to report a crime you can contact us online.  Always dial 999 in an emergency.

We reserve the right to remove any comments or block accounts that breach our social media guidelines (see below).


You can find our Facebook account here. We will on occasion send private messages on Facebook from this account. 


You can find our Instagram account here.


You can find our LinkedIn account here

Local Twitter Accounts

In addition to our main corporate account we also have the following local accounts for members of the public who live in these areas.

Department Twitter Accounts

Some of our departments have Twitter accounts that 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.

Social Media Guidelines

We reserve the right to remove any comments or block accounts that breach our social media guidelines.

Our social media guidelines are:

1.    Do not use social media to report a crime or make a complaint.

2.    Do not post messages or comments that are deemed to be any of the following: 

  •  prejudicial to court proceedings 
  •  abusive
  •  defamatory 
  •  harassing 
  •  harmful 
  •  libelous 
  •  racially offensive 
  •  sexually offensive 
  •  unlawful 
  •  spam

3.    Do not swear.
4.    Do not make offensive remarks about someone else.
5.    Do not post content copied from elsewhere, for which you do not own the copyright. 

6.    Do not publicise your own, or anyone else's, personal information.
7.    Do not advertise products or services.
8.    Do not pretend to be someone else.