Freedom of Information Request Reference No: FOI 003277-19
I write in connection with your request for information received by Suffolk and Norfolk
Constabularies on 11 September 2019 which you sought access to the fol owing information:
“Police Stations containing custody areas. Both Staffed and reserve locations and their street
Number of cel s and detention rooms at each location Direct contact information for the front desk
or custody suite contact person.”
Response to your Request
The response provided below is correct as of 13 September 2019
Suffolk and Norfolk Constabularies have considered your request for information and the response
There are currently 6 Police Investigation Centres (PICs) across Norfolk and Suffolk
Constabularies, 4 in Norfolk and 2 Suffolk, the details for which are as fol ows:
AYLSHAM – POLICE INVESTIGATION CENTRE
Richard Oakes Road, off: Banningham Road, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6FD.
8 cel s
GREAT YARMOUTH – POLICE INVESTIGATION CENTRE
Yarmouth Business Park, Thamesfield Way, Great Yarmouth, NR31 0DW.
30 cel s
KING'S LYNN – POLICE INVESTIGATION CENTRE
Wil ows Business Park, High Road, South Lynn, King's Lynn, PE34 3RD.
24 cel s
WYMONDHAM – POLICE INVESTIGATION CENTRE
Plot 704, Gateway 11, Wymondham, NR18 0SH.
30 cel s
BURY – POLICE INVESTIGATION CENTRE
River Lane, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 2RT.
24 cel s
IPSWICH - POLICE INVESTIGATION CENTRE
Portal Avenue, Martlesham, IP5 3QS.
30 cel s
The Constabularies PICs can be contacted via the 101 switchboard number and asking for the
relevant custody suite.
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Decision Maker, quoting the reference number shown above.
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