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Accessibility

Intermittent service notice

Due to planned maintenance, parts of our website may experience intermittent service over the next few days. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. If you experience any problems when trying to contact us through our website, please call us on 101 as an alternative.
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101  

101 – the non-emergency number  

 

101 is used for non-emergencies such as:

  • contacting local officers
  • getting crime prevention advice
  • making us aware of policing issues in your local area
  • making an appointment with a police officer
  • for any other non-emergency

reporting a crime (unless crime in progress, when you should dial 999)

Key Facts

  • 101 does not replace 999
  • If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can textphone us on 18001 101
  • Calls to 101 from landlines and mobiles cost 15 pence per call, no matter what time of day you call or how long your call lasts.
  • You can also use this website to contact us

Remember...
999 should be used for an emergency, when a crime is happening, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, someone is injured, being threatened or in danger.

For more information about 101, please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions