Police and Crime Plan

Police and Crime Plan2021-04-30T11:22:01+01:00

**Following the postponement of the May 2020 Police and Crime Commissioner election due to the Covid-19 pandemic, legislation was amended so that PCCs could extend their Police and Crime Plans by a year. PCC David Munro has extended his plan, set out in this section, until May 2021 when the rescheduled election is due to take place.

One of the key responsibilities of the Police and Crime Commissioner is to set the Police and Crime Plan in line with public priorities. The Police and Crime Plan outlines the areas that Surrey Police will focus on, and the key areas of performance that will be monitored in regular Performance Meetings with the Chief Constable and senior officers.

The below six priority areas form the current Police and Crime Plan:

  • Tackling crime and keeping Surrey Safe
  • Building confident commmunities
  • Supporting victims
  • Preventing harm
  • Making every pound count
  • A force fit for the future

The PCC has further agreed with the Chief Constable to focus on three areas in 2020/21:

  • More police officers and frontline officers
  • Better crime prevention
  • More crimes solved
Police and Crime Plan

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner carried out a public consultation on the proposed plan in which over 1,200 residents gave their views on the draft priorities. View the report on the public feedback here: Police and Crime Plan Consultation Report