Report something online
You should always call 999 immediately if:
- A crime is being committed now
- The offender is still there or nearby
- People are injured, being threatened or in danger.
Details of emergency contact information for people with a
hearing or speech impairment can be found
Report a crime or incident online
Click on the relevant link below to be taken to the online form.
something online which isn't listed below
Send us a picture
or video (also available on our mobile website and
vehicles (via Operation Crackdown)
Break-in to shed, outhouse or garage (not connected to
Criminal damage to a
Dangerous driving (via
Fraud and scams
Harassment or stalking
Issues about licensed
Lost or found
Lost or found property
witnessed a serious or fatal collision
- Theft of a mobile phone
of a bicycle
- Theft of items
from your home by a guest
- Any other
Report crime anonymously
If you do not wish to report a crime or incident, you can
still tell us
about something that has happened or make us aware of a problem
using an online form.
Other crimes or incidents
The following crimes and incidents cannot be reported
To report any of these, call 101 or visit your local
police station. Other methods of contact can be found here.
In an emergency, call 999 immediately.
It's an emergency:
- If life is threatened
- If people are injured
- If offenders are nearby
- If immediate action is required
Click on the crime or incident from the list below to find
out more information and advice from our online Help Centre.
Abuse of children
Abuse of vulnerable
Break-ins to a garage attached to a
Theft of a motor vehicle
Theft from a motor
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