Via the BBC:
Improving understanding of Islam and and encouraging more Muslims to join the force will be top of the agenda for a new Surrey Police association.
Surrey Association of Muslim Police (Samp) also aims to build trust between the Muslim community and police.
The group, set up by 18 Muslim officers and staff working for Surrey Police, has elected Pc Kamran Yaqub, based in Reigate and Banstead, as its chairman.
"Surrey is one of the best counties to live in and work for," he said.
"But there is always a need to work with different parts of the community.
"We already have a Christian association, a women's association, a black association and now we have a Muslim association."