Community and safety

Trading Standards for consumers and businesses, Emergency Planning, crime and public safety, moving to Suffolk and funding opportunities.

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Suffolk Trading Standards

Trading Standards help, and customer rights advice for consumers and businesses.

Community safety

Help and advice on abusive relationships, sexual exploitation, anti-social behaviour and hate crimes.

Emergency planning

Find information outlining the role of local authorities in planning for and reacting to emergencies.

Staying safe online

Information, advice and resources on how to be responsible and safe when using the internet.

Gypsies and Travellers

Information about how we work to coordinate improved Gypsy and Traveller services, including authorised pitches and sites.

Refugee schemes

Find out about how Suffolk is taking part in the UK Resettlement Scheme for refugees.

Volunteering and funding

Find out how to improve your community through volunteering and gain access to community funding.

Warm Homes Healthy People

Contact Warm Homes Healthy People for support about keeping warm in winter and help for older people with accessing winter fuel payments.

Localities and communities

We want to empower local people to have more control and influence over what happens in their local area.

Connected Communities: Building resilience in communities near you

Connected Communities is a partnership project between English and French councils and the University of Essex.

Moving to Suffolk

This page will help you find the services you need if you are moving to Suffolk from abroad.

Road safety initiatives

Take part on the Biker Down course, or book an #ItCanWait session, which both aim to reduce the number of collisions on Suffolk's roads through education.

Suffolk SAFEKey

If you are looking for a way to keep your keys safe you can take advantage of Suffolk Constabulary's keyfob recovery and key holder database service.