In Sutton borough, we place great importance on neighbourhood policing and partnership working. We aim to provide long-term solutions to issues and concerns by working with local communities and our partners like Sutton Council and other organisations. We are continually looking to improve our service to reduce crime and continue to make Sutton one of the safest boroughs in London. Help us to make it even safer.
Viewing the gallery is a simple but effective way in which the public can really help police to fight crime and make our community safer.
Public safety is our number one priority and we will always focus our disruption activity against those posing the greatest threat.
Sutton residents are invited to listen to the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe’s vision for London.
Sutton’s Safer Parks police officers led two simultaneous drugs raids on residential addresses in Sutton to disrupt drugs related activities
Brought to justice
Man who was jailed for a scam which netted £250,000 has been ordered to pay £31,704 in compensation.
A 15-year-old male youth who caused about £50,000 worth of fire damage to a 154 double-decker bus has pleaded guilty to arson.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man pulled down his trousers and exposed himself to a woman.
Police appeal over a 39-year-old woman who went missing from her flat in Robin Hood Lane on Monday, 29 September.
10 November 2014 - Local people are invited to speak with Commissioner Hogan-Howe
Local residents are being given the opportunity to meet the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe
Sutton has 18 Safer Neighbourhoods Teams. You can find them on the Sutton Safer Neighbourhoods team page.