Surrey Police Service Deploys More Frontline Officers
Surrey Police Service (SPS) is deploying another 11 police officers into frontline policing roles, providing public safety for the residents of Surrey. SPS now has approximately 200 officers actively deployed into operational policing roles.
This deployment group is comprised of four Sergeants and seven Constables who all bring frontline policing experience and expertise. This is the first contingent of officers deployed in 2024 in what is expected to be a busy year of SPS deployments as the policing transition accelerates. In addition to deploying many more Constables and Sergeants this year, SPS is hopeful that it will be approved to deploy its Staff Sergeants and Inspectors, to support our frontline officers and the public more effectively.
“There is no doubt that 2024 will be a significant year for the growth and development of Surrey Police Service,” says Chief Constable Norm Lipinski. “I continue to be impressed by the work done by our officers on the frontline and this latest group of SPS officers will continue the great customer service and police work that SPS is becoming known for here in Surrey.”
These SPS officers will join the ranks of frontline policing in the city that is currently shared by police from both SPS and the Surrey RCMP.
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