This policy is required to ensure Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNT) spend as much time as possible visibly delivering neighbourhood policing and community problem solving within their assigned Borough/District and that abstractions from their core role are kept to a minimum.
This document aims to protect the Force and the Police and Crime Commissioner from the adverse effects of events or consequesnces that could have been anticipated and controlled. It consists of a policy statement and the strategic management initiatives that set out to manage risk.
Domestic violence and abuse is any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are, or have been, intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality. The abuse can encompass, but is not limited to
The purpose of this policy is to outline the way in which requests to physically restrain patients within mental health (MH) and medical establishments, who are displaying aggressive or volatile behaviour and where staff request intervention to regain control must be dealt with. This includes physical restraint for the purpose of administering medication including sedation.
Due to the number of Firearm holders, Firearms Dealers and clubs within the Surrey and Sussex police area; it is essential that each Force has a process in place whereby the suitability of existing and future firearms licence holders is robustly assessed and, where any risk is identified, firearms and certificates can be withdrawn or seized by Police.
Surrey Police Holds assets to the net book value of £94m. These assets are catergorised under land and Buildings, ICT, Furniture and Equipment, Vehicles, Plant Surplus Assets, intangibles and Assets under construction.