Use this online service to report a non-emergency crime or road traffic incident to Thames Valley Police.
Always call 999 in an emergency. It’s an emergency when a crime is being committed, there’s a risk of injury, or there’s a risk of serious damage to property.
If it isn’t an emergency but a quick response is needed, call 101.
There are two forms available, one to report a non-emergency crime or incident and a separate form to report road traffic incidents:
Reporting a road traffic incident online includes reports of:
- collisions, including where someone has been injured,
- bad driving that you have witnessed, this will usually need to be supported with independent evidence, such as, another witness or dashcam footage.
After you send your report you will receive confirmation that it has been received by Thames Valley Police. We will contact you to explain how we are going to deal with your enquiry and aim to do this as soon as possible.
All personal details sent using this service will be kept safe and are used for policing purposes only.
Other ways to report a non-emergency crime or incident
You can also:
- call 101, 24 hours a day
- visit your local police station during opening hours
Contact Thames Valley Police from outside of the United Kingdom
- call 0044 1865 841148
To help us to use our resources wisely, please contact your local council about:
- abandoned vehicles
- noise nuisance
- fly tipping
- stray dogs
- animals killed on the road by a vehicle, unless it’s causing an obstruction
For vehicles on the road with no valid road tax, contact the DVLA.