You can report crime online here.
Report a road traffic incident here.
Say thanks or make a complaint here.
Call 999 if:
- a serious offence is in progress or has just been committed
- someone is in immediate danger or harm
- property is in danger of being damaged
- a serious disruption to the public is likely
Text 999 in an emergency. You need to register for the service first: text 'register' to 999 and follow the instructions. Visit emergencySMS for more information about the service.
If you're deaf or hard of hearing, use our textphone service 18000.
Call 101 for non-emergency enquiries.
If you're deaf or hard of hearing, use our textphone service on 07624 818 901.
Deaf people in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland can use the InterpreterNow service to call the 101 non-emergency line in British Sign Language. The service is available from 8am until midnight, seven days a week.
Other ways to get in touch if it isn't an emergency:
- For general enquiries, please email us using our secure email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Before reporting a crime
The following things aren't police matters, but your local council ought to be able to help with them:
- noise nuisance
- stray dogs
- animals killed on the road by a vehicle, unless they're causing an obstruction
For vehicles on the road with no valid road tax, contact the DVLA.
Before you call
So that we can deal with your call as quickly as possible, please try to have the following:
- the date and time the crime happened
- the location, such as address or road name along with the town or city
- the details of any witnesses or suspects
- if you think there is any additional evidence such as forensic evidence or mobile phone footage; or if there is clear CCTV footage of the offence being committed, please make us aware
Call the UK anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321 if you've seen or heard something you think could suggest terrorist activity.