Surrey Police is divided into three Command Units or Divisions and covers the following boroughs:
- West Surrey: Guildford, Waverley, Surrey Heath and Woking
- East Surrey: Mole Valley, Epsom and Ewell, Reigate and Banstead, Tandridge
- North Surrey: Runnymede, Spelthorne and Elmbridge
Against this backdrop, the force deals with 440 emergency calls for help every day, as well as patrolling the streets and responding to incidents 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week. It also deals with 1450 non-emergency calls per day from the public on topics from reporting crimes to finding out who their local police officer is.
Fundamental to Surrey Police's operations is its neighbourhood policing activities, the vision for which Chief Constable Bob Quick highlights as:
"For years we have been telling the public that they live in the safest county in England and frankly they did not believe us. With neighbourhood policing teams on the ground they are now beginning to believe it is safe, because they are seeing the Police in action."
Neighbourhood Policing is at the heart of our policing approach in Surrey and we work with residents and partner organisations such as the local council, primary care trusts, fire service, voluntary organisations and many more to identify and tackle those issues of greatest concern to those who live and work in Surrey.
Communities and our partners have helped Surrey Police identify what people view as their "natural neighbourhoods" - their local areas - across Surrey. Each neighbourhood has dedicated Safer Neighbourhood Teams - dedicated officers and police staff who visible, accessible and accountable.
Surrey Police is working to ensure people are safe and feel safe by providing visible and accessible officers and maintaining Surrey as one of the safest counties in England.