This section shows the various ways in which you can contact us.
You can can contact us in the following ways:
- 101 - Single non-emergency telephone number
- 999 - Emergencies only
- 0800 555 111 - Crimestoppers
When to use our single non emergency number
- To report a crime
- For information and advice
- To contact a member of your local neighbourhood policing team
Please note that our single non emergency number is now 101. Find out more about 101. [Link]
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can textphone us on 01482 568352.
Information about the text relay can be found a http://http://www.textrelay.org/
Mail should be sent to:
Humberside Police Headquarters
Priory Police Station
NOTE: Could your query be dealt with by the National Police Frequently Asked Questions database? This database deals with all sorts of queries from questions about crime prevention to road traffic issues and anti-social behaviour.
Contact your local neighbourhood policing team
Within the Humberside policing area Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPT) are responsible for tackling local issues.
You can find details of your local neighbourhood team by either entering your post code on the home page of our website or by visiting the My Neighbourhood area where you will be able to find information about team members, local news and ways to contact the team including via email.
Driver safety schemes only
Please note that the following contact information should only be used in relation to Driver Safety Schemes.
Safer Roads Humber manages a number of driver and rider schemes including the speed awareness course, Ride course and driver alertness scheme.
How to contact us?
Please telephone us on 01482 399065 or alternatively please e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org . Please remember to include your name, a contact telephone
You can also use the on-line booking system for Humberside Road Safety Awareness Workshops which can be found at https://saonlinebooking.humberside.police.uk/default.aspx/Home/Home/Book+a+Course