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We will action your request within 24 hours of its receipt. If your email needs to be forwarded to a specialist department we will do that within 24 hours, that specialist department may not be able to respond right away. Some specialist departments only work office hours.

PLEASE NOTE - We CANNOT handle operational, or immediate issues or crime reporting via this form. If you need to contact a police officer and your enquiry is non-urgent please call 101 or if you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment a textphone is available on 18001 101 and for emergencies SMS/text 999. If you need to contact the police in an emergency please dial 999.

If you wish to report a non-emergency crime please use the non-emergency crime reporting site.

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If you have any information relating to drugs in your area, regardless of how small you think it might be, please complete the following form. Your details will be treated in the strictest of confidence and may be the vital clue we need to assist us.

Please note: This facility is not monitored 24 hours-a-day. In an emergency you should always dial 999

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