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Non-Emergency Number

101: Non-emergency number

 

Click here to watch a video about 101 and examples of non-emergency incidents you might call it for.


Hertfordshire Constabulary has a number for all non-emergency calls: -

 

Telephone 101
or

Telephone 01707 354000

 

Write it down, programme it into your mobile phone, keep it handy.

 

When you call, you will hear a short crime prevention message before being put through.

 

Use the non-emergency number:

 

  • to report an incident or a crime that has happened (not an incident or crime in progress as this should be a Telephone 999 call)
  • to speak to a police officer or member of police staff
  • for a general police enquiry, advice and information


You can still use direct line numbers to speak to someone whose number you know.

 

In an emergency always dial Telephone 999

 

An emergency is when:

 

  • Someone is injured, being threatened or is in danger.
  • There is a risk of injury to someone or a risk of serious damage to property.
  • A crime is in progress or you suspect a crime is in progress.
  • There is a serious incident which needs immediate police attendance.
  • Someone suspected of a crime is nearby.

To find out more about 101, please click here.