Useful links

Surrey/Woking Police: Surrey Police are big users of the internet, Facebook and Twitter. All members of the public have access to these sites and should make full use of them. Use the links below to access the various sites.

  • Surrey Police website <here>
  • Surrey Police Facebook (visible to all) <here>
  • Woking Police website <here>
  • Woking Police Facebook (visible to all) <here>
  • Surrey Police Twitter <here>
  • Woking Beat Twitter <here>

Police pages for your wards:

  • Byfleet, West Byfleet and Pyrford <here>
  • Goldsworth Park & Horsell <here>
  • Maybury <here>
  • Mt Hermon, St Johns, Hook Heath, Mayford & Sutton Green <here>
  • Old Woking <here>
  • Knaphill & Brookwood <here>
  • Sheerwater <here>
  • Woking Town <here> The government website for crime statistics >

Search the list in the page for your ward -> “Explore the crime map” -> Click on one of the numbered circles to drill down for more detail. It doesn’t take long to get the hang of the system and how it works.

Note on the first page, top right, is a “Menu” option. That pulls down a menu that includes, halfway down, a “Use the data” option. This gives very useful advice on what you can do with this data.

Please note that this website is NOT a Surrey Police one, but a central government one.

Useful non-police websites: Not everything you need to report or check is to do with the Police. Sometimes you want to check something that is the responsibility of Woking BC (the environment) or Surrey CC (roads, etc). Then there are voluntary groups and associations.

Below is a list of useful websites. More will be added. If you believe a useful site needs to be added please contact the website administrator – see Contacts page.