Surrey Police appeal for information to help keep Olympic events safe
Police are appealing for help from the public to prevent terrorist or criminal activity in Surrey during the Olympics.
They believe the county could be an attractive target, with large numbers of people coming in to watch the torch relay, cycle road races and cycle time trial.
Surrey Police said they have been planning safety around the games for years, but still want to hear from the public if they hear anything or see anything, including information on the internet, which they think looks suspicious or causes concern.
Chief Superintendent Gavin Stephens said: "We’re getting closer to the start of the Games now and it is vital we disrupt those intent on committing crime.
"We will ensure protesters are given their lawful right to peaceful protest, while working to keep local residents safe.
"However, we will intervene and take the necessary action if violence or significant disruption is threatened.
"If you have any information please contact us, even if you think it might be nothing, we will judge if the information you have is useful intelligence."
Report any information by contacting your local Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) on 101.
To find your local SNT, add your postcode into the Surrey Police website by visiting www.surrey.police.uk or download the Surrey Police app on a smart phone.
Make a report by visiting www.surrey.police.uk or to Crimestoppers at www.crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling 0800 555 111.