Today marks the official launch of the use of two Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircrafts in Suffolk.
Eleven organisations have been successful in securing a significant share of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Stay Safe Online Fund, aimed at keeping our young people safe from digital threats.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore has announced today (Thursday 18th January) that he is proposing a 6.8% increase in the policing element of the council tax, which will add an average of £12 a year per household extra towards policing in the county in the next financial year.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore is delighted to announce that his office has been awarded a prestigious national award for openness and transparency for the third successive year.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner is asking Suffolk council tax payers whether they would be prepared to pay more towards the police service they receive; for a Band D property this would be 23p more each week, bringing the annual precept payment to £188.82. Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore said, “Suffolk Constabulary does a […]
Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore met with Suffolk MPs yesterday to discuss policing in the county and the future funding challenges the Constabulary faces. The PCC described the meeting as ‘very constructive’.