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“Those carrying blades put themselves at serious risk of harm” – PCC issues warning ahead of national knife campaign
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey David Munro has issued a warning to young people who carry blades that they are putting themselves at risk of serious harm ahead of a national week of action to tackle knife crime. Surrey Police and the PCC are joining other forces in supporting Operation Sceptre – a national [...]
Interested in the future of policing in your area? Then come along to one of our ‘Policing Your Community’ events.
Surrey Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey are teaming up to hold a series of public engagement events in every borough and district across the county. The ‘Policing Your Community’ events are an opportunity for residents to come and speak to Surrey Police’s Temporary Chief Constable Gavin Stephens [...]
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PCC Performance Meeting – 27th February 2019 Waverley Borough Council - 9am-11am Part One - to be Webcast: Introduction from PCC for public webcast Actions from previous meeting 2019/2020 Budget Plans Public Performance Report Unauthorised Encampments Rural Crime Strategy Finance Report
The policing plan to respond to unauthorised traveller encampments in Surrey will be among topics discussed tomorrow (Wednesday 27 February) at the Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro’s latest live webcast performance meeting. Surrey Police’s temporary Chief Constable Gavin Stephens will be in the hotseat to answer questions from the PCC at the meeting [...]
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey David Munro has welcomed government proposals announced yesterday to give police forces further powers in dealing with unauthorised encampments. The Home Office have outlined a number of draft measures, including criminalising unauthorised encampments, following a public consultation of the effectiveness of enforcement. They are planning to launch a further [...]
The Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro’s proposed rise in council tax for policing in return for 100 extra officers in Surrey has today been approved by the county’s Police and Crime Panel. The decision will mean the policing element of a Band D Council Tax bill will increase by £2 a month – [...]
A new Surrey Search & Rescue (Surrey SAR) vehicle which will help provide crucial help in finding vulnerable missing people has been unveiled thanks to funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office. The Incident Command Unit has a range of on-board equipment including computers, a mobile communications mast and a live drone feed [...]