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Surrey Police

Surrey Police

We are absolutely committed to providing the best possible policing service to the Surrey public and fundamentally believe that we cannot effectively do our job without the support of our residents. Working together is the only way to successfully tackle crime and we continue to value the input we receive from local people.

Our vision is to, ‘deliver safe, satisfied and confident communities and relentlessly pursue those people that undermine them.’

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) has published the full Police and Crime Plan which details the six public police and crime priorities for Surrey. This Plan sets the strategic direction for the Force and partners in criminal justice and community safety.

Surrey covers 644 square-miles, with one county council, 11 boroughs/districts and six clinical commissioning groups with five major hospitals. It has 62 motorway miles, including the busiest M25 stretch. Surrey’s rivers include the Thames (notable flooding risk); the county is 73% greenbelt. Surrey borders the UK’s busiest two airports.

It is the most densely populated county in SE England, having increased in population by 8.8 per cent since 2001 to 1.2 million. 9.6 per cent of the reported population is from black and ethnic minority communities, varying from 16.4 per cent in Woking borough to 4.0 per cent in Waverley. It has the fourth largest Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community in the UK. Surrey’s universities have 24,000 students.

The Olympic legacy increased the sporting footprint, with national cycling competitions and the country’s largest one-day sporting event (Epsom Derby). The increase in cycling on Surrey’s roads has caused tensions for road users.

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Our Values

Our Service: We take pride in our role in delivering the Surrey Public First strategy for our communities. The following are crucial elements in delivering these results:

  •     We care about what we do
  •     We will give the best customer service to our public and our colleagues
  •     We will uphold the highest standards
  •     We work in partnership with our communities to truly reflect their policing needs


Surrey Police is committed to supporting all staff, eliminating discrimination and promoting equality and diversity.

With a growing diverse population in Surrey it is important we as an employer reflect the diversity of the community we serve.

We recognise that having a diverse workforce enables us to better understand the communities we police.

Benefits at Surrey Police

List of all the benefits that Surrey Police are offering their employees. Benefits may vary depending on role, location and length of service.

  • On site gym
  • Pension Scheme
  • Health Cash Plan
  • Car Parking
  • Discount Scheme
  • Enhanced Maternity Leave
  • Reimburse Eye Tests
  • Cycle Scheme
  • Sports and Social Activities
  • Generous Annual Leave
  • Free Travel on buses
  • Career Break
  • Insurance Scheme
  • Physiotherapy
  • Employee Assistance Programme

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Open Digital Forensic Analyst, job opening in Surrey Police

Digital Forensic Analyst

Forensic & Fraud · Guildford, Surrey (United Kingdom)

We are looking to recruit a Digital Forensic Analyst to join our team based at Surrey Police HQ, Mount Browne. They will be required to work 36 hours per week on a rotating shift...

Open Contact Handler, job opening in Surrey Police

Contact Handler

Call Centre - Inbound · Guildford, Surrey (United Kingdom)

You are the faceless voice on the other end of the phone when the caller discovers their house has been ransacked, their partner has been abusing them, their child has gone missin...

Open Armed Response Vehicle Officer, job opening in Surrey Police

Armed Response Vehicle Officer

Vehicle Technician · Henley, Surrey (United Kingdom)

Operations Command are seeking to recruit Police Officers from Home Office forces who are currently qualified as ARV staff or who have been ARV qualified in the last three years....

Open Force Control Room Operator, job opening in Surrey Police

Force Control Room Operator

Semi-skilled Operator · Guildford, Surrey (United Kingdom)

The Force Control Room aims to provide the highest quality of service to customers by controlling and co-ordinating police resources across the county of Surrey. This includes man...

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