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A violent robber’s stay in jail looks set to be extended for throwing a kettle of boiling water over a fellow inmate while locked up at a Suffolk prison.

Suffolk’s burglary ‘hotspots’ have been revealed following analysis of contents insurance claim data.

Almost half of Suffolk businesses perceive anti-social behaviour to be a growing problem, according to an independent survey.

A Suffolk taxi driver has been jailed for getting behind the wheel of his cab while more than four times the legal alcohol limit.

A sacked police officer is set to appeal his firing for computer misuse.

More than two thirds of responses to public consultation have backed plans to increase the amount of council tax collected for the police.

A date has been set for the trial of a 17-year-old boy charged with murdering Ipswich man Daniel Saunders.

A 17-year-old boy has made his first appearance in court after being charged with murder by police investigating a fatal stabbing in Ipswich last month.

An Ipswich taxi driver may lose her private hire vehicle licence after being fined by magistrates for refusing to pick up an assistance dog.

A 14-year-old girl who tormented sheltered housing residents has been banned from the area.

An Ipswich taxi driver has been fined for refusing to allow an assistance dog into her cab.

A Suffolk café owner could be banned from running a food business for breaching hygiene and safety regulations.

Police had to defuse a ‘mini-riot’ when hungry clubbers were removed from an Ipswich takeaway serving food outside permitted hours.

Viewers have been gripped by ITV’s three-part drama based on the memoirs of former Met police detective Colin Sutton, whose investigation into the brutal death of Amélie Delagrange led him to connect her killer to the murders of Marsha McDonnell and Milly Dowler.

Fighting gang crime and youth violence remains a top priority for Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner in 2019.

Four Suffolk police officers have been commended for bringing an end to the journey of a dangerous driver on the wrong carriageway of the A14.

A global search is under way to find former members of a Suffolk music group celebrating its 60th anniversary.

A special film screening has been arranged for the enjoyment of people with dementia and their carers.

An uninsured drug-driver handed himself into police two months after failing to show up at court to be convicted.

A convicted stalker spent a night in jail for contacting his victim days before being sentenced for a campaign of harassment.

A banned motorist was caught driving a parcel delivery van and a sports car within weeks of being disqualified.

Four men have been banned from driving after admitting taking the wheel while over the alcohol limit on Christmas Day.

A trio of Christmas drink-drivers have been banned from the roads after all being disqualified on previous occasions.

January sales shoppers have been given crime prevention advice as figures reveal incidents of ‘pickpocketing’ are on the rise across Suffolk.

Campaigners are expected to protest against rising rail fares as many commuters return to work from the Christmas holidays.

New guidance has been adopted by Suffolk police in light of a ‘super-complaint’ against the sharing of crime victim data with immigration officials.

Extra police patrols will be out on one of the busiest nights of the year for assaults, drink-driving and alcohol-fuelled behaviour.

Relatives and friends of domestic abuse victims are being urged to speak up and help prevent people from suffering in silence during a time when domestic violence is often at its worst.

Prison bosses have revealed the menu for inmates in Suffolk’s jails this Christmas.

More people were sent straight to jail for knife crime in Suffolk during the 12 months ending September than in any other year of this decade.

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