A “very successful” programme will relaunch later this month with the aim of getting more families and young people outside and active.
Police have seen a more than fivefold increase in crimes reported online in Suffolk since the launch of a new website.
Soaring numbers of domestic abuse crimes are being reported in Suffolk – with more than 6,000 cases opened in a year.
A meeting will give the public an opportunity to find out more about policing in the county.
Speeding drivers are set to be targeted during a week-long police campaign.
Lowestoft has suffered its most violent start to the year in recent times, according to the latest Home Office figures.
More than 30 people have been arrested in the Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth areas following a police operation tackling organised crime.
Five people were arrested for drugs offences in one day during a police operation in Lowestoft.
Almost 200 drivers, the majority truck drivers, were caught not wearing their seatbelts during a special police operation in Suffolk.
Suffolk police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore is set to map out measures to combat soaring numbers of sexual offences and domestic abuse incidents in the county at a meeting this Friday.
A £500,000, two-year pilot scheme is to be launched in Suffolk to combat drug dealing and gang violence.
Police are set to target drivers and passengers who don’t wear their seatbelts during a week-long enforcement campaign.
Almost half of 15-year-olds in Suffolk are researching anorexia online and a third are using the Internet to view self-harm sites, according to an annual survey into online safety.
Members of the public will be trained to become special police informants as part of a new trial scheme across Suffolk.
More than 120 people were caught driving while using a mobile phone in Suffolk during a week-long enforcement campaign.
Members of the public could become the “eyes and ears” of their communities as volunteer crime busters.
The police element of council tax bills in Suffolk is to go up by 6.8 per cent – £9.30 a year for Band B properties – after the rise was backed by the official watchdog.
Suffolk Police are set to hold a series of recruitment evenings as they look to add to their special constabulary ranks.
Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner has announced plans for an increase in the policing element of council tax to add £2.9m to the constabulary’s budget in the next financial year.
Dog walkers have been urged to keep their dogs under control while around sheep in the countryside.
Suffolk police and crime commissioner, Tim Passmore, expressed delight after his office was awarded a prestigious national award for openness and transparency for the third successive year.
More than 100 people were arrested during a Christmas drink and drug driving campaign which saw over 1,700 people breathalysed.
A senior Suffolk detective has warned that it is staggering that drivers continue risking lives by using mobile phones at the wheel despite a zero-tolerance approach from police,
Southwold RFC’s Boxing Day match raised the impressive total of £1,031.26 for Leukaemia Research.
People in Suffolk are being asked whether they would be prepared to pay more towards the police service in a bid to keep the county safe.
While many children across the nation will have received laptops, smart phones and tablets on Christmas morning, they may not be aware of the dangers they face, according to Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
A seasonal police campaign is reminding those experiencing domestic abuse there is need to suffer in silence.
An extra £120,000 is to be spent on drug wipe kits as Suffolk Police cracks down on those driving under the influence.
Suffolk’s crime chief has sworn to protect support officers despite being forced into a ‘tight corner’ over government funding.
Police chiefs in Suffolk are to review their financial situations after Norfolk Constabulary announced the biggest shake-up in its history.
max temp: 18°C
min temp: 17°C
Enjoy the Lowestoft Journal e-edition today