Joint Enforcement Team

New Joint Enforcement Team (JET) to work across Mole Valley

Mole Valley District Council's (MVDC) JET help combat anti-social behaviour and low-level crime in Mole Valley. The JET, launched in April 2019, tackles issues such as littering, fly-tipping, abandoned vehicles, and enforcement of Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO).

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey has provided funding for the start-up costs of the Mole Valley JET through its Community Safety Fund. The team works closely with other agencies such as the Police to provide the community with a fast and effective response to anti-social behaviour issues. They offer a visible presence to deter would-be offenders, in addition to providing educational advice.

If you are unsure what constitutes Anti-Social Behaviour, more information can be found here.

Report Anti-social behaviour quickly online


Report Abandoned Vehicles


Report Fly-posting


Report Fly-tipping


Report Graffiti


Alternatively, please email asb@molevalley.gov.uk, call us on 01306 885001 or speak to one of the JET in person when you see them out and about. In an emergency, always dial 999 and in a non-emergency incident, dial 101 to speak to the Police.

Meet the JET's three Enforcement Officers below

Enforcement Officer: JT001

Helen worked as a Police officer in the London borough of Lambeth, before transferring to Surrey Police. Most recently, she worked for Surrey Family Services.

Helen considers that anti-social behaviour is unnecessary and has a negative influence on the quality of life of residents.

She believes that her past experience will help discourage people from committing anti-social behaviour and that the team will make a difference.

JT001
JT001

Enforcement Officer: JT002

Ian has been working for Mole Valley District Council for 28 years in a variety of roles, most recently for Environmental Services at the Station Road Dept in Dorking.

He is looking forward to his job as a JET officer being varied and intriguing day to day and being out and about on patrol dealing with a wide range of issues.

Ian hopes they can make local neighbourhoods a safe place for everybody to enjoy.

JT002
JT002

Enforcement Officer: JT003

John was most recently a Police Officer with Surrey Police. Prior to this was a Neighbourhood Officer for the Stoughton area of Guildford.

He believes that although anti-social behaviour such as abandoned vehicles, graffiti and fly-tipping can often be treated as a victimless crime, it has a negative effect on local communities - particularly if it is allowed to continue or fester.

John is looking forward to listening to residents' concerns and enforcing where needed.

JT003
JT003