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Policing and Crime

Police Connect is a messaging service connecting you to the very latest policing news for your area via e-mail.
Neighbourhood Watch is about people getting together with their neighbours to help combat local crime.
There are a number of speed watch schemes in operation across Suffolk, in urban and rural areas, bringing local people and the police together in an effective partnership to keep their communities safe.
Suffolk Police operate Suffolk SAFEKey to provide protection and assistance should you lose your keys. It also allows police access to Suffolk properties in the event of an incident occurring whilst you are away.
Suffolk Police has joined forces with the online property database 'Immobilise' to help keep property safe and reunite stolen items with their rightful owners across the county.
Bumblebee Auctions is the national police website that sells lost or stolen items that can’t be reunited with their rightful owners.
Police and Crime Commissioners are democratically elected to be the voice for the people, someone to lead the fight against crime, and someone to hold to account if the police do not deliver. They represent you and your concerns, ensuring the policing needs of your community are met. The PCC also sets the strategic direction and the budget for policing.
Scams / Fraud / Security Advice
Our advice offers best practice for you to follow alongside practical crime prevention methods: from basic hints and tips to more detailed strategies. Covers homes, gardens, phones, personal safety, vechicles etc.
Every year, the British public loses billions of pounds to fraudsters. With scams ranging from the simplest confidence trick to the most sophisticated high-tech online fraud, it pays to keep up to date with the latest news and advice. Find out more about fraud, its many types and how you can report it.
Find police advice to keep you safe and help you understand the law.
To receive fewer unsolicited sales telephone calls, consumers can register with the Telephone Preference Service.
Check if something might be a scam, can get your money back after a scam, what to do if you've been scammed, report a scam, get emotional support if you’ve been scammed, get help with scams.
To receive less unsolicited mail you can register with the Mailing Preference Service.
With the internet at the centre of daily life, it's inevitable that there are many kinds of fraud to go along with it. This can be anything from identity theft, online transactions, dating scams and more, all designed to fool you and take your money. Follow our advice to protect yourself from the activities of online fraudsters.
It’s very important to keep up to date with the ways fraudsters try to take our money. Whether it’s dating fraud, banking fraud, identity theft or even people knocking on your door, find out how modern fraud works, what you can do to guard against it and how to report it.
To help understand frauds may affect you, this site categorised them into an alphabetical list.
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