PCC says “Talk to us” as dates for public meetings are announced

Dates for the next series of public meetings have just been confirmed. Please make a make a note in your diary.

This year, rather than staging a meeting in each of the district and borough areas, the PCC and Chief Constable will host a meeting in each of the 18 Safer Neighbourhood areas. The meetings are an opportunity for the public to ask questions and to find out more about policing in the county.

Full detail of each of the meetings is available here.

‘On tour’ with the Chief Constable

Chief Constable Gareth Wilson and Police and I are ‘on tour’ again this year, visiting town centres across the county.

Throughout the summer holiday period, we will set up base in towns across Suffolk and will be available for members of the public to speak about any policing issues, including the new county policing model which went live earlier this year.

Members of the local Safer Neighbourhood Team will be with us to answer local queries and offer personal safety and crime reduction advice.

The mobile police station will be open on each date between 11am and 2pm at the following locations


PCC encourages volunteers to join the ranks of Suffolk’s Special Constabulary

Suffolk’s PCC Tim Passmore is encouraging volunteers  to join the ranks of Suffolk’s Special Constabulary.
Special Constable mingles with the crowds2The county has 253 Special Constables who regularly volunteer their time to assist the regular police force in keeping Suffolk safe. The Special Constabulary is on the look-out for committed recruits who are keen to experience the rewards and challenges of policing.

Full detail of all the recruitment evenings are available here.