Crime for Chessington
Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.
To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Epsom Town Hall
Epsom Town Hall
The Parade, Epsom, Surrey
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- Telephone: 101
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Epsom & Ewell West neighbourhood policing team
- PC James Lampard
I'm PC James Lampard and I am a transferee to Surrey Police, having spent 5 years with The Metropolitan Police both as a PCSO and a PC on the Response Team in South London. I joined Surrey Police in April 2012 and am now a Neigbourhood Specialist Officer I work with PC Wollacott, PCSO Davies. PCSO Tillman and PC Evens. I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible and working together with you to address the concerns you have for your neighbourhood, and making the area a better place to live. Please feel free to introduce yourself to me if you see me on patrol. Any intelligence you have and may want to share with the Police will be kept in the strictest confidence. Please check the Surrey Police website regularly for news of our Public meetings where you can come and meet the team.
- PC Chris Wollacott
I joined Surrey Police in September 2013 and have been appointed the role of Epsom Neighbourhood Specialist Officer as my first posting. I am looking forward to addressing local issues by conducting patrols to target anti social behaviour, the supply of drugs in the area and to reduce crime within the community. If you see me whilst I’m out and about, please don’t hesitate to say hello and speak to me about your concerns, as I will be more than happy to help.
- PC Benny Ives
I joined Surrey Police in 2004 after completing a tour of Iraq with the Territorial Army as part of 42 Engineer Regiment, after such an amazing and challenging experience I knew that I could not go back to my 9-5 job. I was originally posted to the Response team at Guildford covering the Western side of the county but came across to Reigate in 2008. In 2009 I joined the Borough Support Team covering the Eastern cluster, this role was amalgamated into a force wide proactive team in 2010 where we were responsible for Proactive Policing across the entire Surrey Police area. One of my responsibilities on that team was the planning and execution of Warrants, if you have any information regarding criminal activity in our area such as burglary, the production or distribution of drugs or handling stolen goods please email me at Benny.Ives@surrey.pnn.police.uk or leave me a message by telephoning 101 and selecting extn 39244. I have been one of the local officers for the Longmead area since October 2014 and after 5 years of Proactive Policing I look forward to an entirely different challenge.
- PCSO Lindsey Richards
After spending the last 4 years as the Youth PCSO for the borough, I am now back on my old beat with the Ewell West team. I have worked in the Borough for the last 7 years so I feel I have a very good knowledge of the area and the community . During my time as Youth PCSO I saw a decrease in young people going through the Criminal Justice System and I believe this is due to engagement and good relations with police, young people and other agencies. I am extremely passionate about my job, in helping young people and their families but I will also take a hard line approach to anti-social behaviour and crime. If you see me out on patrol, feel free to say hello or tell me about any problems you may be experiencing. The more I know the more, we as a team can do.
About this neighbourhood
Neighbourhood Specialist Officers are champions of crime reduction and community reassurance. As NSOs, we work in your neighbourhood according to your local needs. Our aim is to be locally known and knowledgeable, identify key local problems and be seen to make a difference.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Surrey Police.