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Help using this site

Our aim is to make it as easy as possible for you to use this website and find the information you need. This section provides some guidance to help you get the most out of the Surrey Police website.

Finding your way around

The basic things to remember:

  • Every time you click on a link, you will be taken to another page.
  • You can always find your way back to the Home Page by clicking on the Surrey Police badge in the top left hand corner of every page.
  • You can always check where you are by using the breadcrumb that appears across the top of the page (under the menu bar). This shows the 'trail' of pages you have visited. You can also return to any of these pages by clicking on the breadcrumbs

Searching the site

You can search the whole site for information by clicking on Search at the top right of the page and entering a keyword or phrase. To get the best results from your searches:

  • Make sure you spell each word correctly and leave spaces between each word.
  • Use keywords that are likely to be included in the page you are looking for.
  • If you don't get the results you want, try different words with a similar meaning. For example, try firearms instead of guns.
  • To search for exact phrases, use quotation marks around the phrase. For example, "firearms licensing laws".

Note that searches are not case sensitive, so using capital letters won't make any difference to your search.

Contacting Us

If you have any comments or suggestions about using the site, please contact us.

Feedback is always welcome, please visit our contact us form to get in touch.

Please dial 999 in an emergency. A police emergency is defined as incidents where:

  • Someone's life is in danger.
  • Someone is at risk of violence, or property is about to be damaged.
  • A serious offence is in progress.
  • A suspect is at the scene or an early arrest is likely.
  • Serious disruption to the public is likely.
  • Very serious crime (e.g. Rape, GBH).