2015/16 Funding

Transforming Women’s Justice Project

This pilot initiative in West Surrey, part of a wider ‘Transforming Justice’ project in Surrey, aims to stop the ‘revolving door’ of low level re-offending by women and get them out of the criminal justice

KeepOut Scheme

KeepOut is the first crime diversion scheme to be delivered by dedicated teams of serving prisoners – managed

Safe Drive Stay Alive

Safe Drive Stay Alive is a road safety education initiative that aims to make young people more aware

Joint Enforcement Teams

The Joint Enforcement Team is a collaboration between Surrey Police and the local authorities in Surrey. Initially a scheme running in the London Borough of Newham, the idea was brought to Surrey to help the

Support to Domestic Abuse Refuges

There are a number of refuges located across Surrey that act as safe houses in secret locations for women

Victim Support

Victim Support is an independent charity for people affected by crime and traumatic events in England and Wales.

Surrey’s Domestic Abuse Outreach Service

Outreach services offer an independent, confidential, listening service to anyone affected by domestic abuse. They are free and impartial services, which can assist by giving practical help and emotional support as well as providing information

Restorative Justice Hub

Hosted by Surrey County Council and part funded by the PCC, the RJ hub provides a point of

Understanding Coercive Control with Professor Evan Stark

On 29 December 2015, coercive and controlling behaviour in an intimate or family relationship became a criminal offence, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Coercive control is a pattern of behaviour