In an emergency

999

Use this number to report emergencies. Always call 999 in an emergency.

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.

Non-emergencies

101


  • Use this number to report a non-emergency crime or to give information to Thames Valley Police. Call 999 in an emergency.
  • Call 0044 1865 841148 to contact Thames Valley Police from outside of the United Kingdom.
  • Report online

    If you prefer, use our non-emergency reporting form to tell us about non-emergency crimes or incidents.

Textphone users

18000

Report fraud and internet crime

0300 123 2040

Confidential anti-terrorist hotline

0800 789 321


  • Use this number to report something suspicious or if you’re unsure about someone’s behaviour. Call 999 in an emergency.
  • More information on the anti-terrorist hotline.

Thames Valley Crimestoppers

0800 555 111


  • Use this number 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.
  • More information on Crimestoppers (opens new window).

Further information

Useful information

Help us to use our resources wisely

There are some issues that the police do not deal with:

  • Abandoned vehicles.
  • Noise nuisance.
  • Fly tipping.
  • Stray dogs.
  • Animals killed on the road by a vehicle not causing an obstruction.
  • Vehicles on the road with no valid road tax (The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency will deal with this).

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