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Please be sure to include the following information:
your full name and contact details (including postal address and phone number)
your police case or report number (if applicable)
the name or shoulder number of any officer, staff or volunteer involved
your reasons for claiming compensation and the amount (even if only estimated) claimed
We will reply with a claim reference number and the name, telephone number and email address of the person dealing with your claim. From that point, please correspond with the person handling the claim, always remembering to quote your reference number.
We will investigate any genuine claim and are able to solve most claims without needing to start legal proceedings. Indeed, the courts expect both parties to attempt to resolve disputes without bringing proceedings.
This is why we ask claimants to give full details of the basis of their claim and to allow us a reasonable time to investigate and negotiate before commencing proceedings. If you do decide to commence proceedings, please note that the correct name for service of all proceedings upon Surrey Police is ‘The Chief Constable of Surrey Police’.
The Joint Insurance Service Team is authorised to accept service of all civil proceedings, including judicial review, third party disclosure and other civil claims, on behalf of the Chief Constable. Therefore please send all proceedings to the address above.
Please note, Surrey Police do not manage claims against the Police and Crime Commissioner. To do that please go here.