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Community safety

Crime is a concern for the people visiting, living and working in Tandridge. The council, the police and other key agencies are working together to reduce crime, improve the quality of life for everyone and make Tandridge safer place for all.

We have formed a powerful alliance known as the East Surrey Community Safety Partnership (ES CSP) aimed at tackling crime and disorder across the area.

The leading partner organisations that make up the ES CSP are:

  • Tandridge District Council, Reigate & Banstead borough Council and Mole Valley District Council
  • Surrey County Council
  • Surrey Police
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Probation
  • Surrey Fire & Rescue Service

Other co-operating invitees include:

  • Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC)
  • Registered social Landlords

Each year the partnership identifies key priorities to be addressed and detailed action plans are drawn up for each area. The new plans re-focus the work to address the new priorities, as well as building on the success of existing work.

The priorities for 2015 – 2016 are:

  • Domestic Abuse
  • Substance Misuse
  • Rural Crime
  • Anti-social Behaviour

The successful delivery of the plans can only be achieved through the combined efforts of the whole community, working in partnership with the police and other partners to make Tandridge a safer place in which to live, work and travel.

Priorities for 2016 – 2017

The priorities for the East Surrey CSP are currently under discussion.

To keep residents and business informed the Tandridge Community Safety Partnership produces a Crime prevention supplement, which appears in the Tandridge Magazine.

How you can help

There are a number of ways of working with us to make our community safer.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch schemes are groups of volunteers who work in partnership with the police and the local council to stay safe and keep down crime. They distribute advice on security and safety within their local area and help make sure elderly or vulnerable members of the community aren't targets for criminals. They also gather information which can help police tackle local problems as well as alert local people when there is a particular crime problem in the area.

Other ways to get involved

Information about the following ways to get involved can be found on the Surrey Police website.

  • Become an Independent Custody Visitor
  • Become a Police Staff Volunteer
  • Join Community SpeedWatch
  • Join the Surrey Special Constabulary
  • Go to Surrey Police Authority meetings

More information

 

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