Contact us to report it

Did you know that there are a range of crimes that you can report online such as non-emergency crimes, hate crimes and non-injury road traffic collisions?

Did you know that there are some instances where the police might not necessarily be the right people to contact to help you deal with a particular issue?

Here is some guidance around which crimes you can report online and those partners you need to contact on particular issues such as antisocial behaviour to boundary abandoned vehicles to make sure you #MakeTheRightCall.

Five different ways you can get in touch with us

Staying anonymous

If you would like to report crime or suspicious behaviour anonymously, you can do so via CrimeStoppers or Fearless, both of whom are independent from the police service.

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Contacting CrimeStoppers

You can make an anonymous report online, contact them via their social media channels (Twitter or Facebook) or call them on 0800 555 111

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Fearless gives young people access to non-judgemental information and advice about crime and criminality; providing a safe place to give information about crime – 100% anonymously.

Make an anonymous report online.