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The CLA, NFU together with Suffolk Police are urging farmers to take precautionary measures following harvest to reduce their chances of being a victim of arsonists. Recommendations offered to farmers include; positioning stacks away from public …
The October edition of the Suffolk Horsewatch bulletin has been added to the website. This gives a summary of recent equestrian related criminal activity and dates for your diary for catalytic converter marking events and Essex Police rural crime …
Over the past few weeks, the Police have seen an increase in hare coursing incidents across the county and have stepped up their response accordingly, using a range of different tactics to catch and convict offenders. Further details.
Tim Passmore, Suffolk Constabulary Police and Crime Commissioner, has sent a letter to all Parish Councils setting out the Constabulary's policy on speeding in villages. Click here to find out more.