Making Policing Accessible

I want to ensure that policing is accessible and that residents are confident that Surrey Police will always be there when you need them.

Too often when people need to speak to someone about a crime or anti-social behaviour they feel as though they are passed from one agency or call handler to another, without any resolution.

Residents of Surrey need to be at the heart of everything we do in Surrey Police and we've made huge strides already, but there is more that we can do, both through technology and better training to officers and staff. 


Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour with Michael Gove

Lisa Townsend, Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, joined Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities and the Neighbourhood Watch at Number 10 on Monday 16th January for a roundtable meeting to discuss anti-social behaviour.

More Support for Mental Health Patients

Lisa Townsend, National Mental Health Lead for Police and Crime Commissioners, has welcomed the additional support from government for mental health services.

Lisa said, 

More Powers to Tackle Disruptive Protests

Just before Christmas Lisa Townsend, Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, joined other senior policing leaders at a meeting with the Prime Minster at 10 Downing Street to discuss recent disruption on the M25.

New Year with Elmbridge Beat

Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend saw in the New Year with Elmbridge Beat on their New Years Eve shift. 

Lisa said, 

"It is always great to see first-hand the invaluable work of Surrey Police to ensure everyone is safe on Surrey’s roads over the festive period.

Hearing From Residents In Shepperton

Surrey Commissioner Lisa Townsend and Deputy Commissioner Ellie Vesey-Thompson joined residents at Shepperton Village Hall on the evening of the 21st November.