Halesworth East CPT Snapshot 

 

The Halesworth East CPT Snapshot will be sent out via Police Connect monthly and will give you a short update about policing in the area. This snapshot will cover Halesworth, Southwold, Framlingham, Leiston, Aldeburgh, Eye and surrounding villages.

Suffolk Constabulary’s new police operating model, that went live on Monday 4 December is aiming to strengthen community links with the local public to find out more information about the changes see this link for further information New police model to forge closer links with communities | Suffolk Constabulary .

Throughout December and January officers from the CPT (Community Policing Team formerly SNT) have been on patrol in the community speaking with Local Residents and businesses. 

If you would like to know more information about your local policing Team, you can access this by going to Policing in your area on the Suffolk police website - Home | Suffolk Constabulary . Our RIT officers (Response Investigation Team formerly NRT) Have continued to respond to Emergencies throughout Christmas and into the New Year. 

If you need to report an incident to us, you can still do this online via our website or via telephone our non-Emergency number is 101.In an Emergency please always use 999. 

First Principle security advice can be found here
 
 
Constable's County Newsletter back in 2024 in a new format

The latest edition January 2024 of the revamoed newletter is now available to read. The newsletter has been relaunched after the implementation of a new operational policing model - Redesigning the local policing operating model to keep Suffolk safe | Suffolk Constabulary

The first edition of the relaunched newsletter features updates from the Superintendents of the East, West and South areas as well as officer listings for each area.

POLICE REPORTS and reporting issues. 

As a result of one of July's on-line Police locality meetings, questions were asked about speeding, an issue affecting almost every parish & town. Of the various means of tackling excess speed, one is a two year pilot project being trialled by Suffolk County Council using Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras. These are devices which capture the registration of a vehicle exceeding the speed limit in 20mph & 30mph zones, the data from which generates a warning letter to the registered owner. Should the vehicle be captured by ANPR exceeding the speed limit again, the information is passed to Police for targeted enforcement. 

The link below is information from the Suffolk Roadsafe Partnership website explaining the pilot and providing a link to a PDF document including an application form for parishes & towns interested in applying for an ANPR.

https://suffolkroadsafe.com/speed-and-communities-2/speed-prevention-in-the-community/

You can also sign up to get free alerts and other information direct from the Police. It’s a free e-mailing service, providing relevant information to subscribers according to the type of subjects they have indicated they’re interested in via the following link:  Suffolk Police Connect.   

Non-Emergency Reporting - Report an incident or crime to Police including Anti-Social Behaviour - 1. Report something | Suffolk Constabulary

Contacting the Police – multiple online options of how to contact police for different advice or incidents - Contact us | Suffolk Constabulary

Police Connect – Police Connect is a messaging service connecting you to the very latest policing news for your area via e-mail. This is a Free Service (I usually advertise my Events and Street Meets on here.) - 11. Police Connect Sign Up | Suffolk Constabulary

Community Speedwatch - The Community Speed watch programme empowers communities to play an active role alongside the Safety Camera Partnership in tackling the problems of speeding in their neighbourhood.- Community Speed Watch | Suffolk Constabulary

Police UK – The National Website for Policing in England , Wales and Northern Ireland where you can search for your local area policing statistics and crime maps - Home | Police.uk (www.police.uk)

1st Principle – A-Z of crime prevention , printable leaflets that can also be viewed online. - Crime Prevention Advice - First Principle | Suffolk Constabulary

Your area – Where you can access details of the Safer Neighbourhood Team Officers and information for your local area. - Your area | Suffolk Constabulary

Last but not least if you are on Twitter or Facebook you will find your local policing posts under – HalesworthPolice

Amy, PC 1330 Yeldham, Police Constable