Monthly Archives: January 2016

Helping Veterans in the Criminal Justice System

Our team are delighted to introduce the Veterans Programme to you. The goal of this work is to save the lives of our veterans in crisis in Surrey. In the context of this programme ‘veteran’ includes soldiers, sailors, marines, and RAF … Continue reading

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Warning after bogus police officers target elderly man in Surrey Heath

Surrey Police is urging the public to remain vigilant after a vulnerable man in Mytchett was conned into handing over £60,000 to fraudsters who posed as police officers. A 79-year-old man was persuaded to make a series of extravagant purchases … Continue reading

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Timeshare Recovery Room Fraud

  The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) is warning people of the dangers of Recovery Room fraudsters targeting former victims of Timeshare fraud. Recovery Room Fraud refers to a scam whereby fraudsters contact the victims of previous frauds, often by … Continue reading

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MBE for retired neighbourhood inspector Roger Nield

A retired Surrey Police officer has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list announced yesterday (December 30). Former neighbourhood inspector Roger Nield, 59, who served with the Force for 30 years before retiring in September, was awarded an MBE … Continue reading

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The 2015 Year In Review!

Here’s an incredible fact: together, you published more than 660 million posts on in 2015, and made more than 655 million comments. That’s a whole lot of joy, laughter, tears, insight, and thoughtfulness. And it’s just one part of a huge global … Continue reading

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