Report a crime that's not an emergency
You only need to call 111 if it's an emergency. Find out how to report crimes that aren't urgent, and what happens when you report them.
If you want to report a crime, you shouldn't dial 111 if:
- no one’s injured or in danger
- there’s no serious risk to people or property
- the crime isn’t still happening.
Contacting the police
Report incidents or crimes that don’t need a rapid police response to your local police station.
Crimestoppers - anonymously report information about crime and criminals. Call 0800 555 111
Dial *555 from a mobile phone to report an unsafe or risky driver — if they can be identified, the police will get in touch with them but they won’t be prosecuted.
Internet crimes and problems
Report online crimes like scams and frauds, spam messages, objectionable material, privacy breaches or problems shopping online.