Runnymede residents are invited to the Borough’s Crime Summit, 7 to 9pm on Thursday 6 February at Chertsey Hall, Chertsey. Senior figures from Surrey Police, Surrey County Council, Runnymede Borough Council will join the Police and Crime Commissioner Kevin Hurley to talk about their work and hear from local people about the issues that matter to them in their communities.
The event is an opportunity for residents in Runnymede to hear about community safety work in the area; raise the issues that are affecting their lives and discuss with all of the public agencies working in the area how we can work together to solve those problems.
The Summit will be two hours in length and refreshments will be provided from 6:30pm.
You can register:
Telephone: 01483 630 200
Post: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, PO Box 412, Guildford, Surrey GU3 1BR
Following his election as Police and Crime Commissioner in November 2012, Kevin Hurley pledged to hold Crime Summits in every Borough and District in Surrey.
Chief Executive of Runnymede Borough Council, Paul Turrell said: “This is a great opportunity for residents and community groups to raise their concerns and get involved in keeping their local community safe.
“Runnymede is a safe place to live and we want to make sure that we maintain that quality of life for all of our residents.”
Kevin Hurley said:
“I made a promise when I was elected that I would give the public more opportunities to have their say on policing and community safety where they live. These Crime Summits are bringing senior figures from the local councils and other agencies face-to-face with the public to discuss how to make our streets safer.
“I am delighted to be able to come to Runnymede to meet with the public and hear what you have to say. This is a great opportunity to talk about how we can work together to make things better in Runnymede and I warmly welcome residents to attend. I look forward to seeing you there!”
Kevin Hurley is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle the crime issues that matter to you. Elected in 2012, Kevin pledges to:
- Take a zero-tolerance approach to policing in Surrey
- Deliver more visible street policing
- Put victims at the centre of the criminal justice system
- Give you more opportunities to have your say about policing
- Protect local policing, standing up for officers and promoting the highest standards of service