Surbiton is covered by three safer neighbourhood teams made up of Sergeants, PCs and PCSOs put in place to connect with the community.
The Berrylands team is led by Sergeant Glen Forsyth, backed up by PC Dan Brunton and PCSOs Collin Willis, Wayne Carby and Annette Stagg. Their top priorities, shaped by residents' views, are antisocial behaviour, namely drugs, burglary and motor crime, according to the Met Police website. The team is based at Millbank House, Ground Floor, 171-185 Ewell Road, Surbiton, KT6 6BF. Call 020 8721 2002 or 07843 291148, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact your Berrylands team.
The team is holding a street briefing on April 4, in King Charles Road, from 3pm to 4pm. It is also holding one on May 19 at Berrylands train station, between 5pm and 6pm.
Sergeant Darren Mercer heads up the St Mark's safer neighbourhood team, with PC Richard Cottrell, PC Will Martin and PCSOs Harjit Notay, Amy Cope and Sophie May. Their top policing priorities are antisocial behaviour, burglary and school parking. They are based at the YMCA, 49 Victoria Road, Surbiton, KT6 4NG. Call them on 020 8721 2044 or 07843 291124, or email them at StMarks.email@example.com.
The St Mark's team tries to meet once a month so residents can fill them in and raise concerns. The next street briefing is at Surbiton train station on April 8, from 7.30am to 9.30am, and 5pm to 7pm. There is also one on April 30, in Victoria Avenue, from 3pm to 5pm.
Making up your Surbiton Hill team are PC Diane Dawkins, PC Louise Hewings and PCSOs Dan Harris and Khalil Saib. Their priorities are antisocial behaviour by motorists, burglary and drug dealing/using. Contact the Surbiton Hill team by calling 020 8721 2518 or 07879 412421, or visit them in their base at YMCA Surbiton, 49 Victoria Road, KT6 4NG.