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In 1967 the ‘consenting adults in private’ bill became law, just when I turned 19. A landmark indeed but, to me as one who wanted to make a career in the Armed Services, and had great ambitions, not fulfilled, of becoming a General, it didn’t go nearly far enough. The following year at the officer [...]
Do you want to have your say on current policing issues affecting Tandridge? Now’s your chance. Surrey PCC David Munro, along with the Council’s Chief Executive and senior officers from Surrey Police will all be at Tandridge District Council on Tuesday, 1 November to discuss ways we can work together to make our communities safer. [...]
Complaints Management Role of the PCC Who deals with your complaint? Complaints about Surrey Police officers, staff and/or policies and procedures Complaints about the Chief Constable Complaints about the Police and Crime Commissioner Complaints about members of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s staff Making a complaint Submitting a complaint Further Information Surrey Police Independent [...]
The PCC made the decision to enter into a collaboration agreement, pursuant to Section 22A of the Police Act 1996 which will allow the NPoCC to continue as an independent national unit. The attached can be viewed for more information.
On 3 November 2015, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, in conjunction with Tandridge District Council, the local Surrey Police team, and other partners, held a successful Crime Summit at Tandridge District Council's offices, Oxted, where over 60 people attended to have their say on local community safety matters. Key issues raised by local residents were: Last [...]