Thames Valley Police works hard to make the Thames Valley region a safe place to live work and visit. Nevertheless there are some simple common sense actions which you can take to make yourself safe. Planning your journeys, staying alert and avoiding poorly-lit alleyways and car parks are just a few.
If your personal safety is in immediate danger, or if it's an emergency, please call police on 999.
If the crime is not in progress but you are concerned about your personal safety, please call 101, the 24-hour Thames Valley Police non-emergency number. If you do not wish to give information to police, please call the independant charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
In this section, you can find out about:
- Using mobile phones and the internet safely.
- What to do if you receive nuisance or malicious calls and messages.
- Cash card security.
- Personal safety while out and about.
- Getting home after a night out, and alcohol safety.
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