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Online Crime Reporting

You should always call 999 immediately if:

  • A crime is being committed now
  • The offender is still there or nearby
  • People are injured, being threatened or in danger

For any other type of crime, or if for any reason you do not have access to our online form, please phone us on 612612 where you can talk to one of our staff.

Online Crime Reporting is specifically designed to facilitate the reporting of non-urgent crimes or an incident where the crime is no longer in progress and does not require an urgent police response. Examples of the crimes you can report using this form are: theft, theft from a motor vehicle, criminal damage/vandalism.

Your completed form will be sent to our Communications Centre and you will be contacted by phone or email explaining what will happen next.

For any other type of crime, or if for any reason you cannot access our online form, please phone us on 612612 where you can talk to one of our staff.

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