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An Ipswich couple were sent home ‘distressed and hopeless’ by a mental health crisis team hours before their deaths, which may have been prevented with better assessment, a coroner has ruled.

A Suffolk chip shop owner has been banned from the road for four years and fined £3,500 after drink-driving for a second time.

Police are appealing for help to trace a 16-year-old Ipswich girl, last seen boarding a rail replacement bus bound for the town from Great Yarmouth.

A Suffolk teenager’s attempts to avoid being caught in possession of drugs have resulted in him receiving a suspended jail sentence and two-year driving ban.

Two illegal immigrants caught cultivating a million pound cannabis farm on a Suffolk industrial estate have been characterised as ‘victims’ of a larger organised crime network.

Two illegal immigrants caught cultivating a million pound cannabis farm on an industrial estate have been characterised as ‘victims’ of a larger organised crime network.

A group of travellers have been kicked off land at the entrance to a Suffolk village after setting up camp almost four months ago.

Auditors have recommended Suffolk police officers fill out a standard form for disclosing a relationship at work.

Distribution of an opioid overdose antidote credited with saving lives has increased tenfold in Suffolk.

A Suffolk builder has agreed to stop trading until further notice in return for a waiver from prosecution for fraud.

A 20-year-old man has admitted dangerous driving after leading police on a chase at speeds of almost 130mph.

Norfolk and Suffolk police have today announced a collaboration to provide staff and officers bespoke mental health support when needed.

A Suffolk MP has called for a shake-up of police funding to address “long-term disparities” between the county’s force and others across the country.

Police have apologised for their handling of a complaint about a Suffolk woman’s online comments on gender.

One in 12 complaints made about Suffolk police during a three month period of last year have resulted in formal action.

A former drug addict with an “appalling” criminal record has been told to apply the skills he picked up while in jail awaiting sentence for robbing a bookies.

Police hope a social media drive can help stem rising sex assaults by highlighting issues of consent.

A Suffolk man has avoided going straight to jail for running a refund scam at John Lewis stores across the country.

Police appear to be winning the battle against a drug distribution network dubbed the biggest criminal threat to Suffolk.

The world of forensic science has evolved over centuries to utilise the analysis of blood, DNA, fingerprints, ballistics and toxicology in solving crime.

Robberies soared by more than a third in Suffolk last year – as new figures revealed an overall increase in recorded crime across the county.

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