District Offices are where many General Duty members prepare for and end their shifts and house personnel lockers, police cars, and other shared equipment and resources such as meeting space and computer workstations. Thus they provide a facility for police officers to conduct interviews, initiate the processing of suspect criminals, complete paper work, receive daily briefings, etc.
Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
District 1 - Whalley/City Centre
10720 King George Boulevard
Surrey BC V3T 2X3
District 2 - Guilford/Fleetwood
10395 148 Street
Surrey BC V3R 6S4
District 3 - Newton
7235 137 Street
Surrey BC V3W 1A4
District 4 - Cloverdale/Port Kells
5732 176A Street
Surrey BC V3S 4H2
District 5 - South Surrey
#100 - 1815 152 Street
Surrey BC V4A 9Y9
While the District Offices provide a base for first-responders on a 24/7 basis, District offices also facilitate the delivery of community policing initiatives and crime prevention programming. Each District Office is led by a District Commander, who is responsible for consulting with the local community (e.g., through Community Consultative Groups and other community liaison efforts) and championing the identification and resolution of district-specific crime and public safety issues.
During regular office hours, members of the public can access many of the front counter services available at the Main Detachment, as well as general information on our various programs and services.
There are number of ways to get involved and volunteer at your local community policing District Office. District volunteers assist members and staff with many administrative duties and front counter services, but may also participate in various crime prevention programs that operate from these offices (e.g., Block Watch, Speed Watch, Stolen Auto Recovery Program and volunteer bike patrols).
The minimum requirements for volunteering are: