Policing Cuts means crimes may go uninvestigated across Surrey 

Surrey Police have announced the way it investigates crime is going to have to change. 

The change means not all crime will be investigated by police. 

The force had sighted significant cuts to policing budgets for the overhaul of the way they will investigation crimes.

400 jobs are going to have to go this includes 32 front line police officers as Surrey Police will face £25 Million budget cuts. 

Surrey Police Chief Constable Lynne Owens new policing model is very reactive to the massive changes in police budgets. 
It is believed that the force will reconfigure the policing model to ensure they priorities those people that are most at risk.