Tandridge District Council is inviting residents to a Crime Summit meeting being held on Tuesday 17 December, from 7.30pm at the Council Offices, Oxted. It is being hosted by the Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
The event will be introduced by the Council’s Chief Executive, Louise Round, who will give an overview of local community safety issues, as well as outlining key partnership projects and initiatives.
Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, Kevin Hurley, will discuss the People’s Priorities for policing and crime, which form the basis of his Police and Crime Plan for Surrey.
In addition, Superintendent Matt Goodridge and District Inspector Angie Austin will give an overview of local policing.
The event is an opportunity for residents of Tandridge to hear about community safety work in the area, raise the issues that are affecting them and discuss how we can work together to solve those problems.
If you would like to attend the event, you can register your attendance at www.tandridgesummit.eventbrite.co.uk. You do not have to register for the event and can just turn up, but if you register, it will help with planning the event.
If you would like more information please contact Hilary New, Community Safety Manager on 01883 732703, e-mail email@example.com.
Councillor Barry Compton, Chairman of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee, said: “This is a great opportunity for local residents and businesses to come along and hear about how we all work together to address issues of local safety and security.”
Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, said: “We all have an interest in the safety of our streets and the quality of life we enjoy in our communities. This Crime Summit is your chance to tell senior leaders from your public services what we can do to help make things better in your area for you and your family. The more we know about what you want, the better the job we can do for you. I look forward to welcoming Tandridge residents to the Summit and talking to you all at the event!”