Click on the latest videos below to see what the PCC has been up to across Surrey in recent weeks:
"Observe the rules and have fun safely" - PCC David Munro's message to pub-goers ahead of the hospitality industry reopening on 'Super Saturday'
PCC David Munro reiterates the importance of social distancing as protests take place following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, USA.
PCC David Munro advocates new powers for police, after a Section 61 notice was issued to remove an unauthorised encampment in Lightwater.
Watch the latest Performance Meeting between PCC David Munro, Chief Constable of Surrey Police, Gavin Stephens, and senior team.
Extra officers and staff will be added to the Surrey Police establishment over the next year after PCC David Munro's proposed council tax precept rise was approved in February.
PCC David Munro visits the joint Surrey and Sussex Cyber Crime Unit in Haywards Heath as a report calling for a national approach to tackle cyber-dependent crime is released.
The Surrey Police Public Performance meeting included updates on force outcomes, approval of the local policing element of the Council Tax in Surrey for 2020/21 and tackling rural crime.
PCC David Munro supported Officers in Waverley to distribute a leaflet to local residents in Farncombe, updating them on action being taken by the local force and partners to tackle recent anti-social behaviour in the area.
PCC David Munro met with Challengers, a charitable organisation providing an inclusive and safe space for disabled children and young people to play and grow.
Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro joins a Surrey Police operation to tackle modern slavery where vehicles were stopped and checked at Clacket Lane motorway services on the M25.
PCC David Munro outlines the Community Trigger process for resolving cases persistent anti-social behaviour in Surrey. Find out more: https://www.surrey-pcc.gov.uk/projects/community-trigger
PCC David Munro visited the site of an unauthorised encampment in Lightwater, following reports of antisocial behaviour and breaches of the Coronavirus Act 2020.
PCC David Munro commissions over £200,000 from the Coronavirus Support Fund to help partner organisations meet the challenges of COVIDー19.
PCC David Munro spent a day accompanying a PCSO in Ashtead to see the vital role they play in tackling community based crime and addressing the concerns of local residents.
The PCC drops in on a joint operation between Surrey Police and The British Horse Society in Normandy to educate drivers on safe driving around horses.
PCC David Munro met with local MP Jeremy Hunt and Borough Commander Inspector Gary Smith to see how police were tackling recent incidents of anti-social behaviour in Farncombe.
A new property offering accommodation and support to help steer people away from a life of crime has been set up in Surrey thanks to PCC funding as part of a drive to reduce reoffending in the county.
PCC David Munro joined the Surrey Police Careers Event, showcasing the diverse opportunities and benefits of joining Surrey Police.