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Is it an emergency? Remember, if someone is in danger and you need immediate support please call 999 now. If no service is requested but anything suspicious is heard throughout the process, BT operators will connect you to a police call handler.
If you’re in an emergency situation, need police help and are calling from your mobile phone, but can’t speak, Make Yourself Heard and let the 999 operator know your call is genuine. Call 999 and, if you cannot speak, press 55 on your mobile phone and you will be transferred through to the police. Pressing 55 does not allow police to track your location. Find out more about Make Yourself Heard by reading the guide.
You can tell us any information you may have about criminal or suspicious activity in your community. Information you provide will be reviewed and could help to stop a crime or convict an offender.
Some examples of what to report here:
To complete this form you will need:
You can enter an address or click 'use my location' if the incident you wish to report is local to your current location. You can also drag the pin on the map to mark the approximate location, you will be able to give more details later.
Is the location above correct?
Please call 999 now
Whilst immediate action may not
always be feasible, your information could provide invaluable in future enquiries.
We do not collect any data from your submission, such as IP address, and do not share your details with any third party company.
It is possible that we may want to
contact you to obtain additional information or seek clarification.
If we require further information we will contact you by your preferred contact method initially.
By submitting this form you confirm you have read the above and agree to be contacted should any further information be required.