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.
PC Hendley had dressed himself using a special protective sleeve and ran off across a school field to be chased and caught by a police dog
Police stopped more than 200 vehicles and seized seven vehicles during an operation in Sutton to crackdown on drivers without insurance.
Police are urging residents to be wary of cold callers from security companies offering deals on burglar alarms.
Brought to justice
A 57-year-old man, who taped his victim’s wrists and ankles, pushed him onto a bed and stabbed him three times has been jailed for ten years
A 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of being in breach of his ASBO.
Police are looking to identify a woman who was walking three dogs when one of the dogs attacked and bit a 63-year-old man on his leg
Police are concerned about the whereabouts of Bayo Adetunji, aged 19, who was last seen on Tuesday, 25 February at around 21:00hrs.
7 March 2014 - Have your dog microchipped for free
This dog chipping event is being organised by a Met Police led initiative called Local Environmental Awareness on Dogs (LEAD).
20 March 2014 - Have your say about how Sutton is being policed
Residents will have the chance to ask how Sutton is being policed and how crime is falling at a public meeting.
Sutton has 18 Safer Neighbourhoods Teams. You can find them on the Sutton Safer Neighbourhoods team page.