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Find out how to report anti-social behaviour in your neighbourhood, how to influence local priorities at Area Committees and how to prepare for an emergency. Also, information on the HEARS personal alarm service, support for parents, a guide to substance misuse services and more.

Ipswich Borough Council has zero tolerance towards domestic abusers.
Debt can significantly affect your quality of life, however there are many agencies that can help provide long term solutions to debt and help you manage your finances.
The Council's Community Protection team has joined forces with its Events team on project 'Safe Child' to produce a FREE children's wristband which will be offered to parents at all Council-organised events in our parks, the Waterfront and other areas of the town.
Crucial Crew is a national scheme that has been run by Ipswich Borough Council's Community Safety Team since 1994. It is delivered to 10 and 11 year olds from across Ipswich and runs for a fortnight in June every year.
About the various grants available to communities in Ipswich.
Suffolk's Warm Homes Healthy People project helps vulnerable people and families make their homes cheaper to heat.
The State of Ipswich is a report based on trends and issues from across the town that provide a description about the condition of Ipswich at a particular point in time.
Area health profiles, the Ipswich Health and Wellbeing Strategy and useful links
CCTV was introduced into Ipswich town centre in 1994. Cameras are monitored from a control room known as the Emergency Services Centre (ESC), which is based in Ipswich Borough Council's headquarters, Grafton House.

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Community Safety,
Ipswich Borough Council
2E Grafton House,
15-17 Russell Road, 
Ipswich,
IP1 2DE

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01473 433272