Membership is currently open to individuals from the following organisations. You will be asked to provide details of your position and organisation during the sign-up process.
To speed up the approval process and help us verify registrations, we recommend using your work e-mail address.
- Local Authorties
This includes Officers and Councillors, particularly those working within the realm of Community Safety, or with individuals that may be at particular risk from Cyber-Crime. Employees of housing associations and other organisations that carry out functions on behalf of Local Authorities and have a professional interest in cyber-crime prevention are also able to join.
- Surrey Police
This includes Surrey Police Officers and Police Staff of all ranks.
This includes teachers and staff at all Surrey Schools, including academies and free schools.
- Local Businesses and Networks
Local businesses and Business Networks representing the interests of SMEs are welcome to join.
- Local Third Sector Organisations
Employees and volunteers of charities based or operating within Surrey that undertake Cyber-Crime related work are eligible for membership. Organisations that work closely with groups that may be considered particularly vulnerable to cyber-crime may also be able to join, but we may contact you to discuss your application.
- Neighbourhood Watch Groups
- Local Media
Editorial staff working for local media outlets are able to join.
Employees of academic bodies with a professional interest in cyber-crime are invited to join the network.
Whilst primarily intended as a resource for professionals and practitioners, Surrey residents with a personal interest in cybercrime are welcome to join.