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, 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.


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.


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.