Street-level crime in Epsom
Crime for Epsom
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.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Epsom Town Hall
Epsom Town Hall
The Parade, Epsom, Surrey
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Epsom & Ewell South neighbourhood policing team
- PC 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 Samir Al Jamil
I joined Surrey Police in 2012 and moved to the Neighbourhood Specialist Officer role for Epsom and Ewell South in February 2014. I have lived in and around Epsom my entire life and feel a responsibility to help make Epsom a safer place to live and work. I am new in this role but have excellent officers and PCSOs working with me with a wealth of experience policing the area to help me acclimatise to the role and to help provide a service to the Epsom community. If you see me out and about please feel free to come and have a chat.
- PC Elena Polo-Fernandez
I joined Surrey Police as a PCSO in 2004 and started as a PC in 2005. I have always worked in Epsom and know it very well. Before I joined the Epsom South I was the Neighbourhood Specialist officer for North West Epsom for 6 years. In one year I relentlessly pursued criminals with the help of the North West community and I obtained a Sexual Offences Prevention Order on a 79year old man, two evictions due to antisocial behaviour and an Anti Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) on a male who has served three separate sentences in 2013 for breaching it. This meant the community could have the peace and safety that they were entitled to. I also speak Spanish which can sometimes be useful. I work a shift pattern which includes night shifts in order to keep you and the people of Epsom & Ewell safe from harm. I am committed to tackling the issues on Epsom South and happy to discuss your concerns. Please call my mobile on 07967 986752 for a chat but always call 999 or 101 if you require police attendance or to report a crime.
- PCSO 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.
- PCSO Claire Owen
I am PCSO Claire Owen, I joined Surrey Police in 2007 initially as a Front Counter Officer. I joined the Epsom & Ewell North West team in April 2015 from my previous job as a Police Support Officer with Reigate Response, where I assisted Police Officers with transportation of prisoners, fast time statements, crime scenes and seizures. Although PCSO is a different role to what I have been used to I look forward to learning new skills, meeting and helping you, the borough residents.
About this neighbourhood
Neighbourhood Specialist Officers are champions of crime reduction and community reassurance. As NSOs, we work in your neighbourhood according to your local needs. Our aim is to be locally known and knowledgeable, identify key local problems and be seen to make a difference.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Surrey Police.