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Applications for youth forum open after first members flag mental health and substance misuse as priorities for police

“It can hugely profit the criminal gangs who cause so much misery”: Deputy Commissioner warns of “extremely dangerous” consequences of rural crime

“It wasn’t me – my one-night stand borrowed the car”: Commissioner shares worst-ever excuses for speeding as she marks Surrey Police campaign

“The impact can be truly devastating”: Deputy Commissioner hails community heroes at anti-social behaviour awards ceremony

Record police numbers and funding boost for Surrey communities – Commissioner publishes Annual Report for 2022/23

Front cover of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner's Annual Report with image of pages from the report placed behind

Deputy Commissioner launches first-ever Surrey Youth Commission conference as members give their priorities for policing

Commissioner says government mental health announcement must act as a turning point for policing

Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend outside office at the Surrey Police HQ

“Time for change”: Commissioner hails new national programme aimed at driving up convictions for serious sexual offences

Deputy Commissioner welcomes new fully-funded Fearless worker dedicated to teaching young people that “criminality isn’t glamorous”

Deputy Commissioner Ellie Vesey-Thompson standing next to the sign for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, with the new young Crimestoppers Fearless worker Ryan Hines.

Commissioner hails pay rise for ‘hard working’ police officers in Surrey

Commissioner highlights support for residents affected by anti-social behaviour

Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend stands outside the reception of the Surrey Police Headquarters near Guildford

Spotlight on anti-social behaviour as Commissioner leads work to improve response in Surrey

Police and Crime Commissioner walking through graffiti covered tunnel with two male police officers from the local team in Spelthorne