More than 116 people were caught driving while using a mobile phone during an enforcement campaign in Suffolk earlier in the month. Police carried out patrols in marked and unmarked cars and bikes in a bid to target drivers using their mobile behind the wheel as part of Operation Ringtone. The week-long campaign between 1 […]
Victims’ Commissioner Baroness Newlove visited Suffolk on Friday 3rd March to meet Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore and see first-hand some of the vital work being carried out to support victims in the county.
This week (6 to 10 March) is National Apprenticeship Week and to mark the occasion four apprentices on the Suffolk Constabulary scheme have been describing their experiences.
Suffolk Constabulary has been recognised as performing well after an inspection report published by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabularies (HMIC) today (Thursday 2 March 2017). The force received an overall ‘good’ grading in the 2016 PEEL* inspections into effectiveness, which looks at how well the force keeps people safe and reduces crime. The force was […]
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore joined the Assistant Chief Constable, Rachel Kearton; police officers, volunteers and representatives from the National Farmers Union (NFU) and the Country Land and Business Association Limited (CLA) today (March 1st) to launch Suffolk’s Rural Policing Strategy.
A long-drawn out negotiation over payment to the National Police Air Service has resulted in a significantly better settlement for Suffolk says Tim Passmore, speaking after Friday’s Accountability and Performance Panel, where the use of the police helicopter was discussed.