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A range of information about the work of our office and your Commissioner is readily accessible on this site or can be located using the search function.

Our Publication Scheme  provides an outline of what information is readily available from us and when we publish it. It is complemented by our Retention Schedule explains how long we are required to hold different types of information.

Making a Freedom of Information Request

If the information you are interested in is not already available, you can contact us to submit a Freedom of Information request using our contact page. The Direct.gov website has useful guidance on how to submit a Freedom of Information (FoI) request.

We do not routinely access operational or personal information held by Surrey Police. Find out how to submit a Freedom of Information request to Surrey Police.

Freedom of Information Disclosure Logs

See below to view a record of information that we have shared in response to Freedom of Information requests in the last two years:

Data Sharing

The OPCC for Surrey shares data in accordance with the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act. We use the Government Marking Scheme for our documents.

We operate a working protocol with the Police and Crime Panel for Surrey, which includes data sharing.

Read our Privacy Notice or see our other Policies and Legal Information here.

Latest News

Ellie Vesey-Thompson reappointed as Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for another term

Ellie Vesey-Thompson has vowed to continue with her work for young people, rural communities and veterans.

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.