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Reporting


Reporting a crime

We do not accept reports of crime electronically.  If you need to report non-urgent crime please dial 101.

When to call 101

  • Reporting a crime that has already happened
  • Getting crime prevention advice
  • Giving police information about crime in your area
  • Contacting local officers or
  • Any other non-emergency

If you need to contact the police in an emergency, please dial 999.

When to call 999

999 should only be used in an emergency. An emergency is when someone is at risk of getting injured, bring threatened or a crime or is being committed and is in progress. The police should only be called on 999 when: There is a danger to life or a risk of injury being caused imminently

 

Abandoned vehicles

Antisocial Behaviour

BSL Crime Reporting

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

Domestic Abuse

Fraud

Hate Crime

Honour-based abuse

In a non-emergency

In an emergency

Lost and Found Property

Lost Documents

Off Road Bikes

Psychoactive Substances

Rape and Sexual Crime

Stalking and Harassment

Stop and Search

Terrorism




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