Surrey's mobile police station gets fixed timetable

A mobile police station operating in Surrey will follow a fixed timetable after feedback from the public.

When the service began in June, the van visited two locations a day across the county.

Surrey Police said the force had monitored supply and demand and the van would now visit locations at the same time each week from Wednesday.

The force said about 400 people had used the service during its first three months in operation.

The van currently visits Farnham, Ash, Haslemere, Chiddingfold, Cranleigh, Shere, Cobham, Horley and Oxted plus East Horsley, Leatherhead and Smallfield.

The timetable can be downloaded on the Surrey Police website.

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