Category Archives: Police

Lost and Found Property

Amy Pullen – Surrey Police, Communications Officer

From Friday, 1 February 2019, police forces across the United Kingdom will limit the types of reports of found property made by members of the public at front counters and via 101.

This national move comes after discussions between police forces and the National Police Front Counters Forum (NPFCF). There is no statutory duty for police forces to maintain a system of recording non-evidential property (lost and found) and in a bid to reduce non-essential demand and associated costs and bureaucracy, a proposal to cease the recording of found property reports was approved by the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC).

Click here to read more of this report

For more information, please click here for the reporting assistant on our website for help with your found item. 

 

Mole Valley Beat (Surrey Police report)

Between 0800 and 1200 hours on Friday 14th December officers from the Mole Valley Specialised Neighbourhood Team and Casualty Reduction Team completed a road side operation on the A246 Guildford Road Bookham.

Eighteen vehicles stopped:

  • Eleven drivers were issued with warnings / driver referrals / reported for offences ranging between speeding, having no insurance and not having an MOT as well as having no tax on their vehicle.
  • One person was searched under the misuse of drugs act and one vehicle was seized for having no insurance 
  • Six roadside breath tests were carried out

This is part of the campaign to reduce casualties and deaths on Surrey’s roads and keep the roads safe for Surrey residents. 

 

Fraudster Warning

Cllr Metin Huseyin

Beware of a fraudsters operating in Bookham. This flyer refers to Joe’s Roofing but we are also lead to believe that”Reg’s Gutters” are the same people. An older Bookham resident was conned out of £1500 for two hours work on his roof that wasn’t done. Be very careful when answering your door to unknown trades people.

For guidance on the tactics fraudsters use issued by the Metropolitan Police, click the image below: