Useful Links

List of services for young people and their families.


Criminal Justice Organisations

Youth Justice Board

Suffolk Police

Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner

Norfolk & Suffolk Community Rehabilitation Company (Probation)

Her Majesty's Court Service

Crown Prosecution Service


Partner Agencies

Suffolk County Council

Turning Point


Suffolk Positive Futures

Safeguarding Children's Board

Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS)

West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS)

Suffolk Emotional Wellbeing Hub


Victims and Witnesses

Code of Practice for Victims of Crime

Crime, Justice and the Law

Victim Support

Suffolk Witness Care

Victims Information Service


Other Youth Justice and Crime

Association of YOT Managers

NACRO (crime reduction charity)

Independent Commission on Youth Crime & Anti Social Behaviour


Children and Young People

Frank: Information and facts on drugs; what they are made from, the effects they can have, and the risks involved in taking them.

The Source: Everything about your life from drugs and alcohol, health, education, housing to the law and your rights, money and benefits.

Sex and Young People: Provides information on sex, relationships and contraception.

The Mix Stowmarket: Access to information and advice to help you make your own decisions and life choices.

Childline: Confidential online advice on anything that is worrying any 12-16 year old.

NSPCC: Information on Child Protection within the UK.

CEOP: The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Moodwise: Emotional wellbeing support for 16 - 25 year olds


Parents and Carers

The Suffolk Parent Hub: Information and advice for parents on a range of issues that parents of both younger children and teenagers may face.

Fatherhood Institute: Information aimed specifically at fathers, on all aspects of parenting.

Single Parents: The parenting site for single parents, brought to you by the Single Parent Action Network

Family Lives: Offers support to anyone parenting a child; the child's parents, step-parents, grandparents and foster parents.

Pink Parents: Gay and lesbian parenting issues and advice.