Street-level crime in Redhill

Crime for Redhill

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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.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Caterham Police Station
Caterham Police Station
Timberhill Road, Caterham, Surrey
CR3 6LD

Caterham front counter is now closed. Your nearest Surrey Police counter will be Reigate or Epsom. A yellow phone will remain at the location which can be used to reach police directly.

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: tandridge@surrey.pnn.police.uk

Bletchingley, Nutfield & Godstone neighbourhood policing team

Hayley Norman

My name is Hayley Norman and I am your Police Community Support Officer for Caterham on the Hill and Chaldon. I will be based at Caterham Police Station. I joined Surrey Police in February 2009. Along with PCSO Vicky Seymour and PC Andy Simms we are working hard to tackle the Anti Social Behaviour on Caterham on the Hill that we are currently experiencing. Working closely with residents and working as a community we can tackle and solve problems together to make Caterham and Chaldon a better place to be.

Vicky Seymour

<p>I joined Surrey Police in 2005, where I worked as a PCSO in the Caterham Hill area. I have also had the role of Neighbourhood Team Co-Ordintaor for 18 months covering the whole of Tandridge and updating our Tandridge Beat Facebook page</p><p>I am now back out on the beat covering the Godstone, Bletchingley and Nutfield. Please come and say hi when you see me around.</p>

About this neighbourhood

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Caterham front counter is now closed. Your nearest Surrey Police counter will be Reigate or Epsom. A yellow phone will remain at the location which can be used to reach police directly.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Surrey Police.

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