Measuring performance

Serious Violence Reduction Strategy 2024-2026

The Serious Violence Duty requires local agencies including the police, health agencies, county, borough and district councils to work together to address the root causes of serious violence in Surrey.

The Strategy for the Surrey Serious Violence Reduction Partnership that is convened by our office contains more information about the Partnership and its aims to reduce serious violence in the county between 2024-2026.

Use the links below to view the Strategy or learn more:

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