Useful links

Surrey Community Safety - The Police, Local Authorities and many other public sector agencies are working together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour. This website provides information on a variety of Surrey-wide priorities and how they are being addressed.

Surrey County Council  - Making Surrey a better place. Call us on 08456 009 009

Surrey Police - The Surrey Police web site is focused at the Surrey Community and beyond, with current issues, reference and advisory material.

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey - The Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle crime. 

Preventing Terrorism- Whilst Surrey is a low risk county for terrorist activity, we still need to be alert to tensions and extremist groups in our communities.

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service - Surrey Fire and Rescue Service's main aim is to make Surrey safer. Working with others, we want to make Surrey a safer place to live, work and travel.

Crime Reduction - The Home Office provides information and resources for people working to reduce crime in their local area

Crimestoppers - Crimestoppers are an independent charity helping to find criminals and solve crimes.

Domestic Abuse - Help, support and guidance for those suffering from domestic abuse

Think! Drive Safely campaign - Here you'll find news of the latest campaigns and road safety advice to keep everyone safer on the UK's roads. 

The Drive SMART campaign aims to combat anti-social driving and reduce road casualties to make the roads safer.

Neighbourhood Watch schemes  - The leading online channel for all those with a vital interest in the happiness and security of their local communities. It concentrates on the issues that matter to people who care about the security of their families, friends and neighbourhoods.

St Johns ambulance - Their volunteers are well known for the thousands of hours they spend each year ensuring public events are safe. They are also the leading first aid training provider in the UK and the third largest youth organisation.  

Social media

Waverley Beat - Official Surrey Police Facebook page for the Waverley Borough Policing team. 

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