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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.

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.
Under the data protection law, you have a right to see CCTV pictures if you are the subject.
This consultation has now closed.
Find out what the VAWG strategy is; Ipswich Borough Council projects to reduce violence against women and girls; how to report and where you can get support.
The Home Office Serious Violence Strategy defines serious violence as specific types of crime such as homicide, knife crime, gun crime and areas of criminality where serious violence or its threat is inherent, such as in gangs and county lines drug dealing.
Find out more about Acquisitive Crime, how to report it, and what Ipswich Borough Council are doing to reduce Acquisitive Crime.
Find out more about Criminal Exploitation, how to spot the signs, and how to report it.
Find out more about Modern Slavery, how to spot the signs, and how to report it.
Find out what Prevent is, how to report suspicious behaviour, and what to do if you suspect someone is being radicalised.

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

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01473 432000