For whatever reason you might need to contact us, we want
to make it easy for you to do so.
You can dial 999 in an emergency or call our
non-emergency number 101 or
alternatively, 01245 491491.
Whether you want to report a crime, raise a concern
or get in touch for advice you can find out how in this section.
We’ve included contact details and opening hours of the
throughout the county as well as information about where you’ll
find our mobile police stations this week. They’re an easy way for
you to meet your local police officers.
We aim to answer 999 calls within 10 seconds and all other calls
within 30 seconds - this is just one of the promises we make to
you. You’ll read about some of the others here.
Finally, if you want to apply for a firearms licence,
find out what support we can offer victims of crime or make a media enquiry, you’ve come
to the right place.
Reporting domestic abuse
- 0800 358 0351*
- call our non-emergency number 101**
- call in at your local police station to report domestic
If you have a hearing or speech impairment you can use our
Minicom line 01245 452828.
There is also a language line available to take details for
those who do not speak English.
* Calls to an 0800 number from landlines are free, calls from
mobile telephones may cost between 14p and 20p a minute depending
on the mobile provider.
** The cost of a call to the 101 (police non emergency number)
is 15p for the duration of the call from both landlines and mobile
Read more about domestic abuse
Domestic abuse awareness week