New police figures show that crime in Suffolk has fallen for the seventh year in a row and the number of solved crimes has increased.
There were 40,009 crimes recorded in Suffolk, that's 5,632 fewer than the previous year.
Robbery offences have been a top priority for Suffolk police after the number being carried out increased between April 2011 and March 2012.
These latest figures show 84 fewer robberies being committed in the past year which is a 25% reduction.
There were also 108 fewer dwelling burglaries and 845 fewer violent assaults.
The figures also show that almost a third of all crime has been solved in Suffolk, that's 1,644 more than the previous year. It brings the total number of solved crimes to 13,011 in the last year.
- Serious sexual offences decreased by 8.3%
- Vehicle crime decreased by 7.4%
- Criminal damage decreased by 19%
- Theft offences decreased by 15%
- Drug offences increased by 7%