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.
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Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary at a house in Grange Road, Sutton, on Wednesday, 21 September.
Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of Amanda Heyden, aged 43, who went missing from her assisted accommodation.
Viewing this gallery is a simple but effective way in which the public can help police to fight crime.
With Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching, the Met has today, Friday, 21 October launched its seasonal crackdown on crime and ASB.
The Sutton Borough Commander's latest blog.
There are a number of ways you can get in touch with us depending on the request type and urgency. Remember, if it's an emergency always dial 999 - Our non emergency contact number is 101 .
Sutton has 18 Safer Neighbourhoods Teams. You can find them on the Sutton Safer Neighbourhoods team page.