Emergency call 999
Non-emergency call 101

Online Non-Emergency Crime Reporting Form

Please remember, to always call 999 if the crime is being committed now, the offender is nearby, or if you or other people are injured or in danger.

1. Disclaimer

In an emergency you should dial 999.

An emergency is when:

  • Someone's life is in danger
  • Someone is at immediate risk of violence, or property is about to be damaged
  • The suspect is still present at the scene
  • A serious offence is in progress, including a hate crime or domestic incident.
  • Serious disruption to the public is likely
  • Very serious crime (e.g. rape, grievous bodily harm)

It may take up to 12  hours for us to respond to any non-emergency incident reported through this online service. If your incident is not suitable to be reported online then you can contact us by telephoning 101 to report non-emergency incidents.

To Report Anonymously -  If you want to report information to us anonymously you can do this via the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or via their online form.

To Report a Non-Emergency Hate Crime please use our hate crime form

2. Preliminary Checks

3. Incident Details


4. About you

5. Confirmation

Press submit below to submit your crime or incident report.
Note: You will be sent a confirmation email to confirm submission of your report.
By pressing the submit button you are accepting that the report is complete and ready to send to us and this will act as your signature.