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Alcester Office – 01789 444816
Always report an active crime on 999. Non-emergency calls can be made on 101. Online reporting services are also available on our website – https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/
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If you’ve been a witness to a crime, you should report it to the police straight away. Your information could be used to prevent other crimes and help keep other people safe.
There are different ways of reporting a crime.
If you’ve just seen a serious crime being committed, then you should ring 999 as soon as possible.
Your call should be answered within ten seconds. A trained staff member will ask you to describe what has happened and where you are. They may ask if you need any other emergency services, such as an ambulance.
If the situation is an emergency, a police officer will come to the scene to talk to you. They’ll ask you to explain what happened, and they can help you decide what to do next.
If you want to report a minor crime that you witnessed, such as property being stolen, you could go to your nearest police station to report it, or call Warwickshire Police or West Mercia Police by dialling 101.
101 is for reporting crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response. For example, if:
You witness a car possibly being stolen
You notice property that has been damaged
You suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood
Report a minor traffic collision
Give information about crime in your area
Make a general enquiry
How to report crime online
Reporting a crime anonymously
If you want to report a crime, but you do not want to be identified to the police, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Crimestoppers will ask questions about the crime you have information on but will never ask questions about you. If you are at all concerned your call could be traced, reassure yourself by dialling 141 before 0800 555 111, which blocks your phone number. Or use a phone box – it’s free. Because Crimestoppers is an 0800 number, calls are free from a landline and don’t show up on a BT or cable phone bill.
Alternatively, you can report a crime online anonymously with Crimestoppers. https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information-online/