Dial 999 and ask for the Police
An emergency is where:
- There is risk of injury
- There is risk of serious damage to property
- You suspect a crime is in progress
- It is a serious incident which needs immediate police attendance
A non-emergency is where:
- There is no immediate danger to life
- The crime is NOT in progress
- The offender is NOT nearby
- You have a general enquiry
Local Police Station
You can find your local police station on our Contact Us page or contact your local Neighbourhood Policing Team
0800 555 111
Crimestoppers is a national charity in the United Kingdom which works in partnership with the police and the media to help to solve crime. It provides the public with a number to call anonymously with information. Find out more on crimestoppers
Anti-Social behaviour contact numbers
You do not have to tolerate anti-social behaviour and can report it to either the local council or Neighbourhood Policing Team by clicking the link above.
True Vision provides information for victims and the public about what hate crime is, why it is important to report it when it happens, and sets out the range of ways hate crimes can be reported, including via a new online reporting form. Find out more on hate crime
Criminal Content Online
In partnership with police, Government, the internet industry, and international partners, the Internet Watch Foundation works to remove criminal content online and helps to make the internet a safer place for everyone.
Action Fraud is the UK’s national fraud reporting centre and the place for you to report fraud and scams, or to get advice if you’re not sure what to do.
0800 789 321
Call 999 if there is an immediate threat to life. If you have information about possible terrorist activity, call the police anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321 or 101
https://reporting.direct.gov.uk/ is a dedicated webpage where you can report online terrorist content you think might be illegal, or which you find offensive, to a specialist police department.