Surrey Police are getting ready to host a Community Day of Action in Woking
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This day will focus on the communities top crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) concerns taken from surveys with those living in and around Woking.
Surrey Police will be based at several locations, providing residents with in-person advice and guidance as well as providing general crime prevention information.
There will be two cyber crime stalls at Jubilee Square and Waitrose West Byfleet along with a White Ribbon (White Ribbon UK is the leading charity engaging with men and boys to end violence against women) stand in Mercier Walk outside Starbucks.
The Force will also be offering bike marking to local residents at Commercial Way, opposite Mercier Way and outside Woking Library. In addition, there will also be ASB and water safety patrols at the following locations throughout the day:
Goldsworth park lake
Woking town centre
St Johns Lye
Woking Borough Commander, Kit Moc said: “We are looking forward to our upcoming community engagement day in and around Woking to focus on a number of key issues and crime types. It is essential that we respond to the concerns of the community and I hope to see many people engaging with their local team on the day”