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Crime for RH1 2PB
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
Reigate Police Station
Reigate Police Station
79 Reigate Road, Reigate, Surrey
Opening hours: 8am-10pm daily. 2 parking spaces available including one disabled. In exceptional circumstances opening times may vary dependent on staff availability. Please call main switchboard for daily confirmation. Bank Holiday 9am-5pm
- Telephone: 101
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Merstham neighbourhood policing team
- PC Matt Hall
I joined Surrey Police in 1995 and my first beat area as a probationer was woodhatch and reigate. As a uniform officer i have worked across most of the departments on East Surrey from CID duties to being a member of various proactive teams disrupting and preventing criminal behaviour. I decided this year that a natural career progression was to move into the role of being a neighbourhood officer. I believe I have a wealth of experience to bring to this role as well as a common sense approach to dealing with local issues and problems. I would like to make a real positive impact on the area and welcome the responsibility of being your local police officer
- PC Emily Brunt
After working as the Redhill Town officer for 2 years, I joined the Merstham team in October 2011. We are currently working with local residents to deal with any local issues and concerns affecting the community. I plan to take a robust stance on anti-social behaviour, help prevent and reduce crime and the fear of crime by providing a high visibility presence in the local area. Please see the Surrey Police website for dates and times of our monthly police surgeries where the team will be to answer any questions you may have. Alternativley, please feel free to come and speak to me whislt I am out on patrol.
- PC Kelly Sinclair
I joined Surrey Police in 2008 and was appointed as Neighbourhood Specialist Officer for Merstham in September 2011. My aim is to work with the community to detect prevent and deter crime and to deal robustly with those causing antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood. I am keen to get to know as many of you as possible and therefore please do come and talk to me when you see me on patrol. Please note that PC Sinclair is currently off duty until further notice.
- PCSO Nicola Moreland
I joined Surrey Police in April 2012. My first posting was Redhill Town Centre and I moved to Merstham in February 2013. As part of The Reigate and Banstead Safer Neighbourhood Team I will: 1) Be conspicuously visible and reassuring in our community 2) Contribute to detecting and reducing crime, particularly in the key areas of burglary, car crime and violence 3) Exact ruthless intervention against those who persistently cause antisocial behaviour whilst providing equally enthusiastic support for victims 4) Commit and contribute to a fully inclusive team work environment. Feel free to stop and talk to me while I am on patrol to discuss any issues or concerns you have.
- PCSO Adam Copeland
I started working for Surrey Police in June 2012 joining the team in Merstham. The main area I will be focusing on will be South Merstham including The Watercolour Estate, Battlebridge Lane, Holmethorpe and Nutfield Road. I will be making regular patrols around the area so please feel free to stop me and say hello. If you have any questions please contact me via email, phone or just by stopping me in the street for a chat. My main aim is to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour and to be accessible to the local community.
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.
Messages and events
RT Gallery Surgery
When: 31st December 2013, 2.00pm
Where: RT Gallery, High Street, Merstham
Surgeries are held at the RT Gallery on the last Tuesday of every month for local residents to voice their concerns, problems and issues in the area they live.
Please come and meet your local team.