Funding statistics

View the tabs on this page to see the budget and details of each of the Commissioner’s main funds in Surrey. All decisions made in relation to funding by the Commissioner are published on our Commissioner’s Decisions page and can be searched by focus area.


The ‘Precept’ is money that is paid by the public through their council tax to support policing in Surrey.  A portion of the precept is allocated by the Commissioner in addition to our other funding streams, to help meet additional needs identified by our Commissioning team.

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Deputy Commissioner launches Surrey Youth Commission as members discuss priorities

Young people from Surrey have drawn up a list of priorities for the police at the first-ever meeting of a new Youth Commission.

“Their voices must be heard” – Applications open for brand new Surrey Youth Commission

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Young people living in Surrey are invited to have their say on crime and policing as part of a new forum supported by the Commissioner.

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Commissioner hails recruitment drive as Surrey Police exceeds government target for extra police officers

The Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend has praised Surrey Police’s recruitment drive after the Force surpassed its government target for extra officers with over 300 joining the ranks since 2019.

Teachers from 27 Surrey schools join first-ever fully-funded teacher training to tackle violence against women and girls

A brand new PSHE teacher training programme has launched thanks to funding secured by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Last chance to have your say in survey on anti-social behaviour in Surrey

Decorative image with broken. Anti-social behaviour survey. Share your views on ASB where you live by 31 March.

Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend is asking for residents’ views on anti-social behaviour in Surrey before the start of April.