- Report online
- Anti Terrorism - Report any threats to national security - such as terrorism and espionage - to MI5 (also known as the Security Service).
- Crimestoppers - Report information anonymously
- General Enquiries - [email protected]
(POLICE FORCES - Do not contact us using the general enquiries email address. Please contact your Contact Management Department who will provide you with the correct email address to use.)
- Collision Support - collision.supportuni[email protected]
- Road Safety Unit - [email protected]
Please note that we are unable to answer email enquiries written in languages other than English. Non English speakers should call on 101.
Call 999 if:
- life is in danger or someone is seriously injured
- someone is using violence or there is an immediate threat of violence
- a crime is in progress or an offender has been disturbed at the scene
- serious damage to property is being caused or could be caused
- a road traffic collision has happened and someone is hurt or there is a danger to other road users
- an immediate police response is necessary
If you are Deaf, deafened, deafblind, hard of hearing or speech impaired, text 999
- Phone - 101
(Calls to 101 cost 15p per call)
- Text message - 07624 818 901 (Deaf and hard of hearing ONLY)
- Phone - 0800 789 321
Call confidentially if you've seen or heard something that you think could suggest terrorist activity.
- Phone - 0800 555 111
Contact Crimestoppers to anonymously report a crime or suspicious behaviour.
Visit a local police station