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Surrey Police is now a SelectaDNA force, to help make our county a no-go area for burglars.
Visit surrey.police.uk/burglary for more information.
The Firearms Licensing team is responsible for issuing certificates for firearms, shotguns and explosives to Surrey residents only.
The chances of you or someone you know becoming a victim of personal crime are very low. But everyone can take some simple precautions.
Surrey is a low risk county for terrorist activity, but we still need to be alert to tensions and extremist groups in our communities.
We are appealing for witnesses after an attempted robbery took place at the car park on St John’s Lye in Woking on Sunday (20 May).
We are appealing for witnesses after a robbery took place at Betfred Betting Shop on High Street in Cranleigh on Sunday (20 May).
We are appealing for information after a member of the public found a note on a bench at Farnham Park that suggested the writer may be at risk of harming themselves.
Three people were arrested on suspicion of modern slavery offences following a multi-agency operation at an address in Shipley Bridge, Horley, yesterday (14 May).
A man has been arrested following an armed robbery near Banstead train station earlier this week (16 May).
We are looking to speak to the man in these images as we believe he may have some information in connection to the burglary of a property on Ashurst Road, Ash Vale on Monday, 16 April between 12 pm and 3 pm.
We are keen to speak to the man shown in these CCTV images in connection with two separate incidents where ladies’ purses were taken from their handbags.
We need your help to identify this man. He may be able to help us understand more about the theft of a large amount of perfumes and fragrances from Boots in Weybridge.
We have now identified the man in CCTV images released in connection with inappropriate behaviour on Friday, 9 March in Ashford. Thank you for sharing the appeal.