Do You Recognise These Dogs?

Following a recent animal welfare warrant in Shipley Bridge where 20 dogs were seized under the Animal Welfare Act, Surrey Police are now releasing images of these dogs and appealing for their owners to come forward.

On 15th April, Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Team conducted a warrant at an address in Shipley Bridge. 20 dogs were seized under the Animal Welfare Act and now, as part of our ongoing enquiries, Surrey Police are launching a public appeal to try and locate their owners.

Anyone who believes they can provide proof of ownership in relation to any of these dogs, please contact Surrey Police quoting PR/45210038723 via:

Webchat on their website


Calling us on 101.

Please provide the owner’s name and contact details, the dog’s name and microchip number, and the number of the dog you recognise from the slideshow.

Please do not contact Surrey Police with offers to rehome the dogs. As much as they appreciate your kind offers, if the dogs’ owners are not traced they have a rehoming procedure already in place.

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Keep Your Child Safe On Social Media

Amid reports of a distressing video circulating on TikTok, parents are being urged to take measures to ensure their children use social media safely and responsibly.

Thanks to INEQE Safeguarding Group a series of Safety Card have been produced to help parents understand the social media their child is using and how to set up Privacy, Blocking & Reporting settings

There are 13 safety cards in all and you can download them below. Just Click on the link of. the social media platform your child users.

·         Discord

·         Facebook

·         Facebook Messenger

·         Hoop

·         Houseparty

·         Instagram

·         Minecraft

·         Snapchat

·         TokTok

·         Twitch

·         Twitter

·         Whatsapp

·         Youtube3

Murder investigation underway following altercation in Walton-on-Thames

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses following an altercation in Walton-on-Thames on Thursday 22nd April, which has sadly left one man dead and another seriously injured in hospital.

Police were called to Church Street around 2.15pm following reports that an altercation had taken place between a group of men.

One of the men then got into his car, a white 1 series BMW, and is reported to have driven at two of the other men in the group.

Despite the best efforts of paramedics, a man in his 40s was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. His family have been informed. A second man has been airlifted to hospital but is expected to recover.

The owner of the vehicle has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.  Police are not presently seeking anyone else in connection with this incident.

Officers are carrying out a number of enquiries to establish the full circumstances of the incident.  

A cordon is in place behind the Marks and Spencer store and the car park is closed although the shop remains open.

Surrey Police would respectfully request that you avoid this area if possible while we continue to carry out further enquiries.

Detective Chief Inspector Dave Springett said: “We understand that a serious incident like this has caused a lot of concern in the local community and we would like to reassure residents that we are doing everything we can to establish what has happened.

“From our initial enquiries, it appears that an altercation has taken place, leading to a physical confrontation, which then resulted in one of the group getting into his car and driving at two of the other men.

“Tragically, this has resulted in the death of one man and left another seriously injured and our thoughts are with their family and friends at this extremely difficult time.”

DCI Springett continued: “To assist the investigation, I would encourage anyone who has any information, particularly anyone who witnessed the incident, or anyone who has any mobile phone or dashcam footage, to come forward, quoting incident reference PR/P21083894.”

You can contact us via:

•            Webchat on our website

•            Online

•            Calling us on 101

Surrey Police launches survey to determine how safe women feel in the county

A survey to gather women’s experiences and thoughts on personal safety was launched in Surrey on Monday (12 April) as part of a wider Force initiative to make everyone feel safe. 

Since the tragic death of Sarah Everard in London, women across the UK have been prompted to share their experiences of feeling unsafe, harassed or intimidated. The survey, which has been inspired by the Cumbria Police’s ‘Call It Out’ campaign, seeks to understand concerns of women across the county and use this information to look at what the Force could be doing differently. 

In Surrey, we want to support women who want to share these experiences and are encouraging them to fill in this survey.  

The survey is anonymous and can be completed here:

It will run until Monday, 3 May. 

Deputy Chief Constable, Nev Kemp said: “We are encouraging women across Surrey to fill in this survey to help us better understand how they are feeling and whether there is any more or anything we could be doing differently to help them feel safe. 

“Our mission is for people in Surrey to be safe and feel safe and whilst we know that anyone can feel harassed and intimidated, we are keen to better understand the experiences of women with this survey. The information collected from this survey will be reviewed by Surrey Police and Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner.

“As the police, we have an important role in addressing these issues which are currently being discussed at a national level and we understand that concerns around personal safety can also be in a domestic environment. We would like to reassure everyone that we take reports of being feeling unsafe or being harassed very seriously.” 

If you have been the victim of crime, please contact us via: 

 • Webchat on our website

• Online

• Calling us on 101

There are also a number of support services available in Surrey, regardless on whether the police have been contacted or not. Details on helplines for various support services can be found here: