This included an art installation by local artist Glynis Ayling depicting the impact of Domestic Abuse being put on display at the Force’s Mount Browne HQ in Guildford.
The work is made up of trays of hundreds of broken eggshells which each contain a quote from either a domestic abuse survivor, a child who has witnessed their parents’ abusive relationship or a survivors’ friends and family.
PCC David Munro said: “I am passionate about building safer communities and am proud to serve as a White Ribbon Ambassador to help get the message across that violence against women and girls is completely unacceptable.
“One of the key priorities in my Police and Crime Plan is supporting victims and I share Surrey Police’s commitment to tackling all forms of domestic abuse.
“My office is currently involved in a number of initiatives to combat these issues and we will ensure we co-ordinate with the right agencies to get survivors the support they deserve.
“The White Ribbon Campaign is a fantastic way to encourage everyone to take a stand against violence perpetrated against women and girls.”
Learn more about the White Ribbon Campaign here: http://www.whiteribboncampaign.co.uk/