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  1. Fighting crime in Suffolk is now in ‘serious jeopardy’ due to unfair funding, Tim Passmore warnsSuffolk Constabulary’s ability to tackle crime and protect residents is now in “serious jeopardy” after years of unfair government funding, Tim Passmore warned last night.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

  2. Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has said those involved in the drug gangs are taking part in an ‘evil and sinister trade’.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    105 EU criminals in Suffolk

    by newsbot in Tim PassmoreApr 17, 2017 with 3 replies and 51 views.

    Police figures show murderers and rapists were among 105 foreign criminals arrested in SuffolkAccording to Suffolk Constabulary figures two murderers and three rapists were among 105 criminals from EU countries whose past was only discovered after they were arrested during a 12-month period.Only when someone is detained as a suspect can checks be made on someone’s previous convictions elsewhere.Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim...

    Latest reply: People do give up reporting crime but no matter how much the police tries the recent Ipswich crime spree cannot be covered over when new crimes keep popping up. If the paper doesn't report it, it goes undiscovered and Suffolk Constabulary gets...

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    Tim Passmore confirms Ipswich turf war drug gangs

    by newsbot in Tim PassmoreMar 17, 2017 with 1 replies and 40 views.

    Turf war leading to rise in knife crimeA surge in knife crime in Ipswich is down to a "turf war", according to the county's Police and Crime Commissioner.Tim Passmore made the comments to the county council's full meeting. He'd been questioned on the recent high profile crimes in the town.Mr Passmore told councillors he shared their concerns, and admitted there'd been a surge in knife crime in Ipswich. He said some of it was a turf war...

    Latest reply: Interesting...some of it was a turf war between different groups and linked to drugsDoesn't he mean:a turf war between rival drug gangs?

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