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Debenham Group Practice
Low Road, Debenham
Open Monday to Friday
Debenham Fire Station
14 Low Road, Debenham, IP14 6QU
Farthing Funeral Services
44 Aspall Road, Debenham
1 Little Back Lane, Debenham, Stowmarket IP14 6RB
Monday 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 5.30pm
Wednesday 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 6pm
Friday 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 5.30pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
Dial 999 for an emergency
The police are co-located with the Fire Service on Low Road, Debenham
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
Constables County – Our Bi-monthly Newsletter about policing across the area. - SNT Newsletters | Suffolk Constabulary
Last but not least if you are on Twitter or Facebook you will find your local policing posts under – HalesworthPolice
When wishing to report something, the easiest way is to do so using the on-line reporting tool from the Suffolk Constabulary website here Suffolk Police - Report Something. If you wish to report an historic crime (after the event), use this link Suffolk Police - Report Crime. To report a crime being committed, always dial 999.
These on-line reporting tools produce the same result as the reporting person dialling the non-emergency Tel. No. 101, but without the wait associated with the telephone method. The person will receive an Investigation No. via e-mail, often within an hour of sending the report. For those with no internet access, it may save time to ask a friend or family member who does, to report on their behalf, as queues on the 101 system can be excessive due to demand.
- If you wish to contact an Officer or PCSO in the Halesworth Locality Safer Neighbourhood Team, the e-mail address is Halesworth.email@example.com Please do not use this to report crime, which should be reported only using the methods mentioned above. This is important because reports of crime and the other issues listed on the “Report Something” webpage need to be correctly triaged and dispatched. By not following the correct procedure, this process is by-passed and reports may sit in an e-mail queue un-dispatched.
An example of when to use the SNT e-mail address might be when you would like to speak with somebody for advice.
- The Community Engagement Officer can be contacted at CEOhalesworth@suffolk.police.uk I can be contacted for advice too, and also if you’d like me to address a community group to speak about policing or policing issues or any other engagement activity. I am also your first point of contact for Community Speed Watch and for requests to attend schools to address pupils and discuss policing.
Part of my role also covers posting to our social media pages, Halesworth Police Facebook, Halesworth Police Twitter and Suffolk Police Instagram, so the messaging facilities provided by these platforms can be used to contact myself too. If you’d like me to hold a Street Meet engagement in your community using our mobile police station. Let me know.
- If you’d like to contact Inspector King direct, his e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
- Suffolk Police also has an e-mail address for the public to provide intelligence information email@example.com An example of the use of this might be if you’d like to let us know about suspected drug dealing or other possible or suspected criminality. Notice I’ve used the term “suspected”. If you’re sure a crime has occurred, contact us on-line or via 999.
Post office services are available within the Co-op on Chancery Lane
1 Cherry Tree Lane, Debenham, Stowmarket IP14 6QT