Officers from the Epsom and Ewell Safer Neighbourhood Team will welcome in the new school term by holding a School Bus Beat Surgery.
PC Elena Polo-Fernandez, PCSO Michaela Pearce and PCSO Emma Davies will be speaking with pupils on their way to Epsom and Ewell High School when they return on Wednesday, 5 September.
Epsom and Ewell Specialist Neighbourhood Officer PC Elena Polo-Fernandez, said: “We believe speaking to pupils on their way to school could be an excellent way of engaging with them and hope to build on our relationships with the children so they know where to turn if they ever have any concerns about crime.
“The start of a new term can be a daunting experience, especially for the younger children so I hope our presence will reassure pupils and parents and make the day a little less stressful.”
If the surgery proves a success the team will liaise with other schools in the borough in a bid to hold further meetings.
The Beat Surgery will take place on the 8am 418 service run by the Quality Line Bus Service.
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