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    • Profile photo of Dan 1244 serious Sexual Offences in Suffolk by Dan.

      A 40% rise in reported serious sexual offences to Suffolk Constabulary since the previous year. Last month in March 2017, 163 sexual offences were reported in the county. Absolutely shocking. Without a doubt Ipswich makes up a big chunk of such figures but specifics haven’t been released upon area. Sexual offences and domestic abuse crimes in Suffolk rise by up to 40% in a year Tim Passmore, Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner, said…

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    • Profile photo of News Robot 105 EU criminals in Suffolk by News Robot.

      Police figures show murderers and rapists were among 105 foreign criminals arrested in Suffolk According 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 Pass…

      Latest: 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 ...
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Tim Passmore confirms Ipswich turf war drug gangs by News Robot.

      Turf war leading to rise in knife crime A 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 s…

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Orwell Bridge Summit by Ipswi.

      Orwell Bridge Summit Orwell Bridge Summit Thursday 26 January, 11:00 – 15:00 Meeting Place:  Grafton House, 15 – 17 Russell Road, Ipswich IP1 2DE – The Orwell Room AGENDA 11.00 – 11.15   Introduction and purpose  Martin Fellows 11.15 – 11.30  Suffolk County Council Introduction  James Finch 11.30 – 11.45  Bridge overview and operation  Simon Amor 11.45 – 12.00  The bridge in local infrastructure and economy  Simon Amor I…

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    • Profile photo of News Robot Suffolk Police income from Orwell Bridge average speed cameras dramatic fall by News Robot.

      Number of speeders cut by half as message from Orwell Bridge hits home The number of speeding motorists caught on the Orwell Bridge was more than halved in January as the message about the new 60mph limit finally seems to be getting home. The number caught speeding during the month was 297 – down from 629 in December. That compares with a high of 1,699 motorists caught speeding in July – the first month during which Suffolk Police were able …

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich the countrys most violent town? by Ipswi.

      Almost 4 years since councillor David Ellesmere and Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore tried to defend Ipswich’s poor violent crime record being highlighted in the UK Peace Index, a study by the Institute for Economics and Peace. Ipswich made it to number 23 on the list. Excluding cities (including London boroughs treated individually) it is the most violent town. No other towns beat Ipswich in respect to violent crime. Ipswich r…

      Latest: The plot thickens?  Police have released CCTV images of two rape suspects they want to speak to after a woman was raped near Suffolk New College. Hopefully they will be ...
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Did better preparations ease congestion after Orwell Bridge closure? by News Robot.

      Did better preparations ease congestion after Orwell Bridge closure? Council and highways authority officials insisted that better warnings and other preparations eased the pressure on roads around Ipswich after the closure of Orwell Bridge on Thursday. But Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore said more still needed to be done to try to ease problems when the bridge is closed in the future. The bridge was shut from late morning until 8.30p…

      Latest: Well there were problems on the Orwell Bridge today, rather mildly. An RTC I believe just before rush hour but the knock on effect was slow traffic on the bridge for over an ...
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      by: Ipswi
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