Police & Crime Plan

Consultation, reporting and review


I have consulted widely on the priorities set out within this Plan.

I will report progress against this Police and Crime Plan publicly to the Police and Crime Panel and I will issue an Annual Report to inform the public, partners and stakeholders what has been happening in the previous 12 months.


I wish to thank all those residents and stakeholders who met with me and my Deputy Commissioner or completed our consultation survey. These included:
  • The 2,593 residents who responded to the Police and Crime Plan survey
  • Surrey’s MPs
  • Elected representatives from Surrey’s County, Borough, District and Parish Councils
  • The Surrey Police and Crime Panel
  • The Chief Constable and his senior team
  • Surrey Police officers, staff and representatives from their unions
  • Schools, colleges and universities in Surrey
  • Children and young people – professionals and representatives
  • Mental Health support services
  • Victims Support Services
  • Prisons, Probation and other criminal justice partners
  • Road safety representatives
  • Rural crime representatives
  • Partners working to reduce youth violence
  • Community safety representatives
  • The Surrey Police Independent Advisory Group



The Commissioner holds the Chief Constable to account, to improve the service you receive.



We support services that make our communities safer, reduce re-offending and help victims to cope and recover.


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