Online Reporting + Information

You should always call 999 if:

  • An incident is ongoing or 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 incident or crime, visit our online information pages and identify the appropriate reporting option. This may be as simple as filling in one of our online forms, or in some cases we may ask you to phone us.

Report online is designed for reporting non-urgent crimes, incidents or providing us with information which does not require an immediate police response e.g. some types of road traffic collisions, scams or frauds, poor standards of driving, lost or found property or you can let us know about any criminal or suspicious activity and explore many other reporting options. We have also provided some useful information on there to assist you.

Any form you complete will be sent to our 24/7 Control Room, where it is assessed and you will be informed of what happens next. It’s easy and helps you report your matter to the most appropriate place, which isn’t always the Police.

Report online

How to contact us if you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired


In this section:

Report bad driving / riding

Domestic Abuse

Hate crime reporting

Caught on Camera

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