Reporting anti-social behaviour and driving
Anti-social behaviour is any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages or destroys another person's quality of life.
Anti-social driving can range from careless driver behaviour to deliberate activity. If you wish to report an incident of anti-social driving you can do so using the form below.
Please note, allegations of bad driving must be corroborated by an independent witness or other supporting evidence such as DASH CAM footage in order for the police to take action.
To report a non-urgent crime call us on 101 or report online.
If it’s an emergency, you’re at risk, or you feel threatened - call 999 and ask for the Police.
Surrey Police is committed to improving road safety on our roads. There has been an increase in submissions of video and photographic evidence relating to driving offences that members of the public have seen and these reports have been coming into us in all sorts of ways. We have developed a streamlined process to deal with them, which will hopefully make it easier for all involved and so we can, where appropriate, seek to educate or prosecute offenders using your footage and testimony, to influence their future behaviour and make the roads safer for us all. This is currently in its pilot phase.
IMPORTANT : If you have been involved in a Road Traffic Collision where any damage or injury has been caused, or witnessed a Road Traffic Collision – DO NOT use this form. Please call 101 or 999 in an emergency.
If your report concerns an incident that occurred outside of the Surrey Police area, DO NOT use this form as action cannot be taken. Please call 101 and request the relevant force deal.
This ONLY deals with moving traffic offences; any reports of parking offences should be referred to the relevant highway authority in the locality where it occurred.
Please continue to complete the form below if your report complies with the above directions.
Guidelines for submitting video footage
- Footage should be of high quality and include at least 2 minutes before & after any incident. Video should not be edited in any way.
- Please ensure sensitive material is not included, such as home address, as this may be supplied to the driver alleged to have committed an offence so as to inform them of the nature of the allegation.
- Please be aware that your device may have recorded you as well and the actions of all parties will be reviewed and action taken as appropriate.
- The onus is on you to retain the original footage. It may be required at a later stage for evidential purposes and you will be contacted in due course if this is the case. This may take up to 6-months.
- Do not publicly post the video on social media – if you have done so, please make it private and only available to ourselves.
If you are unable to supply a link, video evidence MUST be received by post in a ‘Hard-Copy’ format (DVD/CD, USB Flash Drive or Memory Card) within 10-days of the incident. This is required so Police can issue a Notice of Intended Prosecution if it is considered there are reasonable grounds to believe a relevant offence was committed. By law, this must be done within 14-days of the incident. Failure to comply with this request will result in no further action being taken. The address is Traffic & Process Unit (Allegation of Bad Driving) , Surrey Police, PO Box 101, GU1 9PE