If you require immediate police attendance because someone is in danger or the situation could escalate, always dial 999.
If you don't need police to attend straight away, this is classed as a non-emergency and you have a few options of how you can contact us:
If you want to report a non-urgent crime, you can fill in one of our online report forms.
If you want advice or guidance about a non-urgent issue, you can speak to operators using live web chat. You can also report non-urgent crime on web chat.
If you want to report a non-urgent crime or seek advice / guidance but you do not have online access, you can call 101. (Please note that during busy periods, you may have to wait on the line for an available operator).