Crime is a concern for the people visiting, living and working in Tandridge. The council, the police and other key agencies work together to reduce crime, improve the quality of life for everyone and make Tandridge safer place for all.
Tandridge Community Safety Partnership (TCSP) is a multi-agency strategic group established as part of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
The leading partner organisations which make up the TCSP are:
- Tandridge District Council
- Surrey County Council
- Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office
- Surrey Police
- Surrey Heartlands CCG
- Surrey Fire & Rescue Service
- Tandridge Voluntary Action
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 2021–2022 are:
- Domestic Abuse
- Rural Crime
- Serious Organised Crime (including contextual safeguarding)
In addition, the Tandridge CSP has oversight and receives regular updates on crime trends and 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.