The newly elected Police & Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore was, this week, given an insight into the work of Suffolk Constabulary’s Major Investigation Team (MIT).
Tim met with police officers responsible for investigating major crimes in the county to see for himself the challenges they face.
Tim said, “It is so important for me to get a real understanding of the work of the Constabulary and fact-finding events such as this are really helping me to get a grip on the level of crime in the county and the sort of issues that the Constabulary are faced with on a day-to-day basis.
“To be an effective link between the people of Suffolk and the Constabulary I need to understand how policing works in Suffolk and I am grateful to the major investigation team for their insight.
He added, “I have a huge amount of respect for the work carried out by our police force and I will do all I can to ensure that the Constabulary has the right resources and capabilities to fight crime and make Suffolk a better place to live work and invest in.”
Tim Passmore is pictured right with Detective Superintendent, John Brocklebank, head of the MIT