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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.

Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) were created by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 to address anti-social behaviour (ASB) in local areas.

The Orders empower local authorities to address nuisances or problems that are detrimental to the local community’s quality of life by imposing conditions on the use of an area that apply to everyone, whether resident or visitor

The broad aim is to keep public spaces welcoming to law abiding people and communities and safe from ASB.


Safer Streets

Our Safer Streets projects are committed to making your streets safer. We are implementing a range of initiatives and actions to do this but we all need to play our part in making our streets safer.

#IpswichAgainstViolence

Find support and advice about health and wellbeing, including local and national organisations, support groups and information.
Ipswich Borough Council and its partners – Suffolk Police, Suffolk County Council and the Police & Crime Commissioner – are working together to support residents of the Racecourse area of South East Ipswich to strengthen their community and improve local opportunity.
Christmas and New Year opening times for Shopmobility.

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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