Police Surgeries and Contact Details

Last night (21st January 2016) was the last Police Panel Meeting, where PC Jenny Juffs & PCSO Pauline Daly said that the next tranche of information about the new arrangements for “Neighbourhoods Policing” had been explained to them the day before. Whilst much is still being resolved, one thing is certain that the Panel Meetings will cease, though the Police Surgeries will continue on the last Tuesday of each month, 10.00-11.00hrs, at St George’s Church, and will be attended by PCSO Pauline Daly, provided that her shift pattern allows – that said, the January one, on 26th, is due to be run by PC Jenny Juffs. The new Policing arrangements will start at the beginning of April.

Both Jenny & Pauline wished to thank the attendees, past and present, over a number of years (10), for their support of the meetings, in particular, and the Police, in general, and they look forward to seeing people at the Surgeries.

Meanwhile, people can still contact Surrey Police by phone, 999*, in an emergency, or 101 (01483-571212) for non-urgent matters.

Alternatively, have a look at http://www.surrey.police.uk/my-neighbourhood/mole-valley/mvas , where you will see the following contact details:

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Twitter http://twitter.com/MoleValleyBeat
Facebook http://facebook.com/MoleValleyPolice

NB The Email Inbox is generally monitored weekdays, during normal office hours.

* 999 calls are defined on the Surrey Police website as:

Telephone us
Please dial 999 in an emergency. A police emergency is defined as incidents where:

  • Someone's life is in danger.
  • Someone is at risk of violence, or property is about to be damaged.
  • A serious offence is in progress.
  • A suspect is at the scene or an early arrest is likely.
  • Serious disruption to the public is likely.
  • Very serious crime (e.g. Rape, GBH).

The Mole Valley page on the Surrey Police website also has a link to https://www.police.uk/surrey/MVAS/crime/ which allows you see the local crime stats.

Jenny and Pauline's webpage on the Surrey Police website is as follows:-


It has a wealth of information.