Email ✉    Emergency call 999
Non-emergency call 101

If you do want to make a complaint, you can either complete the online form below, or see our complaints section for other ways to get in touch.

In an emergency you should always dial 999. People with hearing difficulties should dial 18000 in an emergency.

 You must fill in the questions marked with *

  • About you
  • Title
  • Name
  • Address
  • How would you like us to contact you?
  • Details of Your Complaint
  • Are you making this complaint on behalf of another?
  • Is your complaint about...
  • Was anyone else involved or witness to the incident?
  • Have you already made this complaint to someone else? (e.g. IPCC, a MP, local Police)
  • Diversity Section
  • Cumbria Constabulary, like all public bodies, has to record the diversity of people using our service. The information you give won’t affect your complaint in any way.
  • Tick box if you prefer not to say your date of birth
  • Do you have a disability / long term illness?
  • What is the nature of your disability / long term illness?
  • What is your gender?
  • Sexual orientation
  • Faith or belief
  • Please make sure you PRINT a copy of your complaint before you SUBMIT it. We don’t automatically send you a copy of this form. A unique reference number will be generated after you SUBMIT the form and will be displayed on the next screen. Please make a note of it. Thank you for taking the time to complete this form.