Front Counter Closures

The police front counters at the following locations (shared with local authorities) are closed to the public until further notice.

We continue to have officers based at these locations, but we will not be able to meet the public without a prior appointment.

  • Epsom Civic Centre

Updated 22nd January 2021

  • Woking Civic Centre
    • From Monday 19 October, our police front counter in Woking Civic Centre will resume normal opening hours for a drop-in service (08:00 – 22:00).
    • If you require Woking Borough Council’s services, you may need to book an appointment. Please find out more here.   

Find your nearest police station

If you are required to answer bail, you must do this in person at any police station or front counter.

If the police station or front counter is closed you may use the yellow phone outside, but you will not be recorded as having answered bail unless you speak to our Contact Centre.

If you are unable to answer bail due to self isolation because you, or someone you live with, has symptoms (not social distancing) please use the online "tell us about" form in plenty of time before your bail is due.

To present documents after your vehicle has been seized, you will need to attend any Surrey police station between Monday to Friday, 08:00 to 21:00.

You can find your nearest police station here.

In order to allow us to keep our emergency lines open to those who have no other way of contacting us, we’d be grateful if you can report non-emergency crime using the online reporting system.

If you do not have access to the internet, you can dial 101, or use the yellow phone outside police stations.

In an emergency where a crime is in progress or a life is at risk, always dial 999.

Covid-related crime

Over the past year we have seen an increase in specific crime types relating to th national response to coronavirus - notably domestic abuse, fraud, and anti-social behaviour.

Please ensure that you read our advice pages and share the information with friends, family, and neighbours in order to keep Surrey safe and feeling safe.