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

Latest News

Commissioner welcomes tough sentences for activists who blocked M25

motorway gantry on M25

The Commissioner said substantial jail terms given to five members of the Just Stop Oil group should act as a deterrent to others.

Great-gran, 93, and woman forced to sleep on kitchen floor are among “hidden” Surrey victims of cuckooing

Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend and Deputy PCC Ellie Vesey-Thompson with Keely Glithero and Sue Murphy from Catalyst Support

Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner has met with experts at a service dedicated to supporting "hidden" victims of exploitation.

Commissioner says “We are listening”, as residents share views on anti-social behaviour

Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend standing outside office with Surrey Police Head of ASB and Partnerships Joanna Grimshaw

Residents revealed that littering, speeding and fly-tipping were among the biggest issues in a survey about anti-social behaviour.