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Street-level crime in Epsom

Crime for Epsom

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Epsom & Ewell South
Epsom & Ewell South
The Parade Epsom, Surrey
KT18 5BY

Opening hours: 9am-5pm Monday-Friday. In exceptional circumstances opening times may vary. Please call the main switchboard for daily confirmation. Public and disabled parking available. Bank Holiday closed

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: epsom@surrey.pnn.police.uk

Epsom & Ewell South neighbourhood policing team

Lisa Betchley

I joined Surrey Police first as Police staff in 2002 and then as an Officer in 2005 always with a strong desire to make a difference to the county in which I live. I moved to the role of Neighbourhood Specialist Officer for Epsom and Ewell South at the end of January 2012 having already served on both the Divisional Crime Investigation Team and Response Team. I think my varied background enables me to bring a well rounded approach to Neighbourhood Policing. In working with the local community it is my intention to be proactive, gather intelligence and take on residents concerns so that together we can tackle crime, anti-social behaviour and make the area an even better place to live. The team and I are keen to hear your views and encourage residents to attend our surgeries and street meets whose details are posted here. Feel free to also come and chat to us when you see us out and about.

PC Tom Arthur

Having served as a Police Officer for nearly 20 years some 15 of that with Surrey I am happy to again take up the exciting role of a Neighbourhood Officer based at Epsom with joint responsibility for the Town and South. Over my years I have experience in all areas of Policing from Investigation to response to Traffic as well as in my current role over when on Mole Valley. I am looking forward to the Challenging role of dealing with a Town Centre again as well as the more rural South of Epsom.

Paul Woodhouse

I’m Paul Woodhouse your PCSO for Epsom East & West. I have worked for Surrey Police since February 2003 were I worked in Runnymede for 7 years as a PCSO.
I then became a Police officer in 2010 and after a years service I found my skills were better suited to working in the community. I joined the Horley Team in January 2011
covering the area of West Horley.

My role includes working with local councils, businesses and local residents with any issues or concerns they may have within the community. My aim is to provide reassurance, reduce crime and the fear of crime by providing high visibility patrols and tackling anti-social behaviour to improve the quality of life for local residents.

On a personal note I’m a keen cyclist, so you find me riding on my patrols of the area.
Please feel free to stop me and say "hello".

Emma Davis

I joined Surrey Police in September 2010 as a member of your safer neighbourhood team. I have recently moved from Ewell East onto Epsom South and am very much looking forward to working in your area. I will be working alongside PC Lisa Betchley I will be working to ensure that you feel safe in your community, to help tackle crime and anti social behaviour and to try to help you with any issues or concerns that you have. I hope to provide reasurrance from high visiblity patrols. I look forward to meeting you all in the future. Please do not hesitate to come and talk to me if you see me on patrol.

About this neighbourhood

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Opening hours: 9am-5pm Monday-Friday. In exceptional circumstances opening times may vary. Please call the main switchboard for daily confirmation. Public and disabled parking available. Bank Holiday closed

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Surrey Police.

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