Reigate & Banstead Joint Enforcement Team

Council officers with enforcement powers including the Joint Enforcement Team, Community Safety Team, Environmental Health Officers, Civil Enforcement Officers (Traffic Wardens) and Planning Enforcement Officers work in partnership with Police Officers from the Reigate & Banstead Neighbourhood Team to provide a quicker, more robust response to those causing persistent nuisance, making Reigate and Banstead an even better place to live, work and visit.

Together, we use our shared legal powers and different approaches to enforcement to more effectively deal with problems and improve the public’s sense of safety.

Report a problem

What can the team deal with?

Surrey Law Enforcement
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Beggars
  • Blue badge enforcement
  • Dog fouling
  • Fly posting and graffiti
  • Fly tipping and litter
  • Sale of alcohol
  • Scrap metal
  • Street trading
  • Unlawful encampments
  • Untaxed vehicles
  • Notices to clear waste on land
  • Taxi licensing
  • Targeted work

In an emergency always dial 999.

To report a non-emergency incident to the police use the Surrey Police website or call 101.