Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, invites Elmbridge residents to Crime Summit

Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, invites Elmbridge residents to Crime Summit

Residents of Elmbridge are invited to the Borough’s Crime Summit, which takes place on Wednesday 12th June 18:30-20:30 at Elmbridge Borough Council’s Office in Esher.

The Summit will be a joint event with the annual ‘Face the people’ public meeting of the Elmbridge Community Safety Partnership.  The event will see senior members of the Partnership Board giving their end of year report and making themselves available for questions from the public on community safety issues. Kevin Hurley, Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner, will also discuss the People’s Priorities for policing and crime which form the basis of his Police and Crime Plan for Surrey. 

The event is an important opportunity for residents in Elmbridge to hear about community safety work in the area; raise the issues that are affecting their lives and discuss with all of the public agencies working in the area how we can work together to solve those problems.

Organisations represented will include:

  • Elmbridge Borough Council
  • Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey
  • Surrey Police
  • Surrey County Council
  • Elmbridge Housing Trust
  • Surrey Fire and Rescue and
  • Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust 

The Summit will be two hours in length and refreshments will be provided from 6pm.

You can register:

Online: http://elmbridgeftp-crimesummit.eventbrite.co.uk

Telephone: 01483 630 200

Email: SurreyPCC@Surrey.police.uk

Post: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, PO Box 412, Guildford, Surrey GU3 1BR

Following his election as Police and Crime Commissioner in November 2012, Kevin Hurley pledged to hold Crime Summits in every Borough and District in Surrey.

Kevin Hurley said: “I was elected as a Zero-tolerance Police and Crime Commissioner. Zero-tolerance means not ignoring problems and not walking by when we see something wrong. It is about always doing something, in a sensible, measured and proportionate way.

“I am pleased to be able to come to Elmbridge and, with all of the agencies represented on the Elmbridge Community Safety Partnership, have an opportunity to hear from residents and businesses about what matters to them in the area.

“I say to Elmbridge residents – come and see us – bring your concerns – we are here to take action on them.

“Everyone has an idea of how they would like the place they live to be. By working together we can help realise those expectations and make Elmbridge a better place to live and work. ”

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