Rape Awareness


A campaign aimed at raising awareness of rape and sexual violence is being re-launched as part of a countrywide initiative and will run through the festive period.

The Time to Stop initiative was launched in the summer of 2012 as joint campaign with Norfolk Constabulary and also ran through the 2012 festive period. Read more here

Police Survey

bodywornvideo485x275Twenty police officers across Ipswich are trialling the use of Body Worn Video Cameras (BWVs) to assess the benefit they could bring to Suffolk Police.

Suffolk Police are keen to understand the public perception of BWV and any impact BWV could have on public confidence and satisfaction, and would be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete a short survey. 

This on-line survey link can be reached from here.

Your replies will be used as part of a detailed evaluation of the BWV trial, and will be treated in confidence.

Stay Safe Campaign


Suffolk Constabulary Community Safety Unit, along with partners from across the county (Suffolk County Council Community Safety, Suffolk Trading Standards, Suffolk Fire and Rescue, and Public Heath), have put together this year’s Christmas Campaign aimed at Suffolk communities Staying Safe this Christmas. Find out more here

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