Police and Crime Commissioners are elected every four years. The next election is expected to take place in May 2024.
This page will provide more information for PCC candidates, including:
- an Information Pack with information about the Commissioner’s role, our office, Surrey Police, and local and national policing
- a public log of interactions and material shared with each candidate during the pre-election period
- details of a briefing event for confirmed candidates
The Electoral Commission provides information on qualifications to stand, the nomination process, spending limits, expenses and campaign rules.
Visit the Electoral Commission website.
Details of the Area Returning Officer who will be appointed by Surrey County Council to coordinate the elections, will be provided here.
Use the links below to learn more about the role of the Commissioner, our office and Surrey Police performance:
“It can hugely profit the criminal gangs who cause so much misery”: Deputy Commissioner warns of “extremely dangerous” consequences of rural crime
Surrey's Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner has warned of the true cost of rural crime as a national week of action begins.
“The impact can be truly devastating”: Deputy Commissioner hails community heroes at anti-social behaviour awards ceremony
Surrey's Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner has told of her pride as she celebrated the community champions tackling anti-social behaviour.
“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 Commissioner shared some of the worst excuses for speeding ever heard by the county's roads policing officers as a new campaign begins.