Your Neighbourhood Team
Godstone, Godstone South & Blindley Heath
PC Sarah Louise Warner
ID Number: 1812
I joined Surrey Police in 1992 having already been a Volunteer Cadet and then a Special Constable. I followed in my father’s footsteps, he was a Police Officer in Surrey Police for many years. I have spent my entire career in the East Surrey area. I commenced my current role in Tandridge as a Neighbourhood Specialist Officer in January 2007. I work along side two Community Support Officers who assist me greatly in Policing the villages of Godstone, South Godstone and Blindley Heath. We mainly deal with youth related anti social behaviour, Neighbourhood disputes, community engagement and any other issues that affect the community as a whole.
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PCSO Sebastian Turner
ID Number: 14682
I joined the Godstone team in September 2011 after completing four years as a Police Cadet. I am a fairly easy going person and would encourage everyone to stop me on my patrols and say hello or have a quick chat to me about any concerns you may have, you could also just to introduce yourself. I will be working closely with PCSO Conrad Cheeseman and PC Sarah Warner to help you feel safe and secure in your neighbourhoods. Outside of my PCSO role I enjoy watching a bit of football and like to go kayaking, canoeing and caving in my spare time.
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PCSO Conrad Cheeseman
ID Number: 12437
I joined Surrey Police as a Community Support Officer in November 2006 and after four weeks training at Head Quarters i moved over to Tandridge to begin work in Godstone,South Godstone and Blindley Heath. I have now worked in this area for five and a half years My role within the Police service is to provide a visible presence in the community and reassure victims of crime and Anti Social Behaviour. Over the years I Have managed to build good relationships with the two primary schools and two youth clubs in the villages and am a regular visitor to the warden assisted community room in Godstone to engage with some of our more experienced residents. I am regularly to be seen out and about on my patch,either on foot or on my Police bicycle,so please stop me and say hello if you wish
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