For emergencies always call 999
In an emergency always call 999. It is an emergency when:
- A crime is being committed
- There is a risk of injury
- There is a risk of serious damage to property
Other emergency numbers are:
For non-emergencies call 101
Textphone users 18000
Report suspected terrorism call 0800 789 321
You can remain anonymous, and you may save lives. You can read about terrorism threat levels on the Gov.uk website.
Call 0800 555 111 to anonymously give information about crime to the Crimestoppers charity. You do not have to give your name, sign any kind of statement or appear in court.