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New Police Community Support Officers in Eye

Mid Suffolk District Council has funded two Police Community Support Officers, PCSO 3036 Bill Butcher and PCSO 3352 Lizzy Porteous. Both work out of Stowmarket Police Station and are attached to the Safer Neighbourhood Team, and they cover around 75 parishes of Mid Suffolk to include Eye. Their time is split between Town and Rural which means you can expect to see them in the Eye area at least once a week. The days on which the PSCOs visit will vary and when in Eye their time will be spent on patrol providing a reassuring uniformed presence in the community. Areas that the PCSOs will be focusing on while on duty include:

-          On-street parking; issuing of advisory notices, fixed penalty notices and looking into parking complaints

-          Speeding

-          Anti-social behaviour

-          Reassurance and engagement

If you do see Bill or Lizzy out and about on patrol, please do stop and have a chat. Alternatively, if you have any concerns regarding issues in your community, please refer these to your Town Clerk at townclerk@eyesuffolk.org   who can raise a referral with MSDC so that the PCSO can then be tasked to look into this for you.

Contact details:

999 – Emergency, to report crimes in progress, someone in immediate danger or if you need police help immediately.

101 – Non-emergency, to report crimes that have already happened, seek crime prevention advice or make us aware of a policing issue in your area.

Email – Stowmarket.snt@suffolk.pnn.police.uk (not to be used to report crime)

You can report a number of non-urgent crimes including theft, retail theft, criminal damage, hate crime, anti-social behaviour, traffic collisions via the Suffolk Constabulary website at https://www.suffolk.police.uk/contact-us/report-something

To keep in touch with what is going on in your area follow us on Twitter @PoliceStow or @SuffolkPolice, or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/suffolkpolice

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