Police and County Council leaders sign up to joint concordat to work closer together
Senior policing and county council leaders in Surrey have signed the first ever concordat which pledges to ensure the two organisations work closer together for the benefit of the county’s residents. The Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro, Chief Constable of Surrey Police Gavin Stephens and Surrey County Council Leader Tim Oliver put pen to paper on the declaration when they recently met at County Hall in Kingston-upon-Thames.
PCC David Munro accompanies Police Community Support Officer in Mole Valley
PCC David Munro spent a day accompanying a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) in Ashtead, Surrey. PCSOs play a vital role in Surrey Police Neighbourhood Policing Teams, tackling community based crime, addressing anti-social behaviour and hearing the concerns of local residents.
PCC responds to national report on tackling cyber-dependent crime
PCC David Munro visits the joint Surrey and Sussex Cyber Crime Unit as a report calling for a national approach to tackle cyber-dependent crime is released. Hear David's views on how he believes a national response may be the way forward
Surrey PCC visits GASP Motor Project
"Increased confidence, motivation & self-assurance." – Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, David Munro hears about the ways GASP Motor Project is supporting young people in Surrey. The charity receives funding from the PCC's office and is planning new sessions to support young offenders with practical skills. Visit http://gaspmotorproject.org