Police and Crime Commissioner holds Crime Summit in Runnymede

Police and Crime Commissioner holds Crime Summit in Runnymede

On 3 February 2016, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, in conjunction with Runnymede Borough Council, the local Surrey Police team, and other partners, held a successful Crime Summit at Chertsey Hall, where over 50 people attended to have their say on local community safety matters.

Key issues raised by local residents were:

  • Police attendance at local community events
  • Cybercrime prevention and how to report
  • The new policing model

If you’d like to read the questions and answers given at the Crime Summit, you can download them here:

DOWNLOAD

You can download the presentations given on the night here:

PRESENTATIONS
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