This policy describes the Surrey and Sussex Police approach to gathering intelligence and identifying vehicles of interest, such as stolen vehicles, or those vehicles suspected of being involved in the commission of a crime or terrorist activity. When a suspicious vehicle is recognised it allows targeted interception and enquiries.
Domestic violence and abuse is any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening behavior, 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
This document outlines how the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA, 2018) (which together with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)(European Union (EU)) 2016/679 and other enactments dealing with data protection, governs how personal data is processed in the UK (Data Protection Law) and applies to the Surrey and Sussex Police. Particular reference is paid to the general and security obligations which apply to the processing of personal data, disclosure obligations and exemptions and the specific responsibilities of the Data Protection Officer for both Forces. This policy should be read in conjunction with other force polices that deal with data protection issues.
This document sets out the Force Policy to ensure that the quality of data, documents or other information within Surrey police is relevant, understandable and fit for purpose. The document also outlines the Forces strategy with regards to data quality.
This policy outlines the commitment and articulates the principles by which both Sussex and Surrey Police Operations Command (OC) Public Order Training unit (POTU) will discharge its functions in relation to the authorized Professional Practice (APP) Public Safety establishment and training criteria.
This procedure and associated linked document detail how Surrey and Sussex Police select and train appropriate numbers of Specially Trained Officers (STO) in the use of Taser and outlines the command and management structure in each force for occasions when Taser has been used or it is necessary to deploy police officers to an incident where the use of Taser may be necessary.