Community Remedy

Community remedy refers to a list of options that police officers can use to deal more proportionately with low level crime such as some antisocial behaviour or minor criminal damage out of court.

Using a Community Resolution in place of a formal prosecution helps reduce pressure on the criminal justice system while actively engaging victims to have a say in the punishment that offenders receive.

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Updated statement from Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend following incident in Staines-upon-Thames

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The Commissioner said she was in regular contact with senior officers from Surrey Police who have kept her updated on the situation.

Commissioner’s statement after incident involving cow in Staines-upon-Thames

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Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend has issued a statement following an incident involving a loose cow.

“Conversations that make a difference” – Commissioner thanks volunteers who shine spotlight on custody

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The Commissioner thanked Independent Custody Visitors after they volunteered 400 hours of their time to help in the last year.