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23/07/2021

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Over 80 vehicles checked and one arrest made during multi-agency day of action

One person was arrested and over 80 vehicles were checked during a multi-agency day of action in Ipswich this week. The operation took place on Monday 21 June, with the aim of disrupting and frustrating the activities of criminals, including organised crime groups, who commit offences across county borders whilst using the road network. Vehicles

Make it a summer to remember for the right reasons

As life continues to return to normal after the lockdown of the past few months, Suffolk police is urging everyone to ensure they enjoy themselves responsibly this summer. With the Covid restrictions having eased considerably over the past six months, there has been a gradual return to socialising both indoors and in our open spaces.

Don't lose it this summer

Suffolk Police remind football supporters to celebrate Euros safely and responsibly

In the lead up to the UEFA European Football Championships, Suffolk Police are urging football fans to enjoy the matches, behave appropriately and respect others. Officers want everyone to have an enjoyable time during the postponed UEFA Euro 2020 that kicks off on Friday (11 June) but are reminding supporters to celebrate safely and responsibly.

Ipswich Borough Council to deliver free air quality workshops for Clean Air Day

Ipswich Borough Council is delivering free air quality workshops in schools as part of this year’s Clean Air Day campaign. Air Quality officers will be visiting St Mary’s, The Willows, Cliff Lane, Castle Hill and St Pancras over the coming weeks to help raise awareness of the importance of improved air quality and the small

Suffolk Police joins virtual 10k run to honour murdered Met Police officer

Suffolk Police are taking part in a virtual 10k run in memory of Matt Ratana, a Metropolitan Police sergeant who was murdered while on police duty in London last year. On Sunday, 18 April, officers and staff completed the course from Suffolk Police Headquarters to Woodbridge Rugby Club, with some participants running in their local

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