PROJECT KRAKEN "PROTECTING THE WATERS OF SUFFOLK" 

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 What Can Project Kraken do for you?

With more people actively looking out for, and reporting suspicious behaviour within the marine environment, it should naturally follow that crime in general may reduce as offenders and those thinking about committing crime are less motivated to do so, for fear of being caught. The likelihood of offenders being brought to justice is also increased as a result of greater community vigilance and intelligence.

Felixstowe Volunteer Coastal Patrol Rescue Service (FVCPRS) are working together with Suffolk Police to combat the threat of terrorism and oragnised crime. The Service (FVCPRS) has been awarded the Suffolk County Council Search & Rescue Award 2009.


Suffolk is a safe place to live and work - we want to keep it that way. The security and well being of our communities is a priority for Suffolk Police especially when it comes to counter terrorism.

The threat to the UK from terrorism is constantly monitored by Suffolk Police and other agencies. This allows us to regularly assess the security measures, which are in place and review the policing response to ensure we meet the threat appropriately.

The terrorist threat remains real and there is no room for complacency. The public should remain alert and aware of their surroundings at all times. If something strikes you as suspicious and out of place then trust your instincts and call the police.

Terrorists have to live somewhere. They store their equipment and materials somewhere. They need vehicles. They have people who help them and these people might come and go at strange times of the day and night. They may make unusual financial transactions or use false documents to hide their real identities. They may be behaving differently to how you've known them to behave in the past.

If you have suspicions about somebody's activities or behaviour, or if you have any information that might be relevant, let the police decide if the information you have is important. What might seem insignificant on its own could actually provide a vital link in a wider investigation.

If you consider anything to be suspicious or connected with terrorism you can contact the following:

  • Suffolk Police on 101
  • Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321
  • If you have information that requires an urgent and immediate police response always call 999.

You can also give non-urgent information that may assist police investigations online reporting forms.