Call 101 or Textphone 18001 101

You can now contact Devon and Cornwall Police by phoning 101 or Textphone (through an operator) 18001 101. Calls from landlines and mobiles cost 15 pence per call, no matter what time of day you call or how long your call lasts.

Completing one of our online forms or emailing us is free!


If you are deaf

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can textphone us on 18001 101 or sms/text 67101. 

When to call

You can call 101 or email 101 or complete the online crime reporting form to:

  • report a non-urgent crime
    • if your car, bicycle or mobile phone has been stolen
    • if your garden shed has been broken into
    • if your property has been damaged
    • if you suspect drug use or dealing in your area
    • if you want to give the police information about crime in your area
  • contact local officers or you can email your local team
  • get crime prevention advice or check the crime prevention section
  • make us aware of policing issues in your local area or you can email you local team
  • make an appointment with a police officer or you can use the message an officer form
  • talk to us about other non-emergency policing matters

Remember...

The 101 number does not replace 999, which should be used for all emergencies especially when:

  • a crime is happening
  • offenders are nearby
  • someone is injured
  • someone’s life is being threatened

Contact the police posterThe poster

Download and print our poster which lists methods of contacting the police in an emergency or if you are reporting a non-emergency crime or information about a crime.

Contact

Contact centre
Devon & Cornwall Police
Police Headquarters
Middlemoor, Exeter
Devon
EX2 7HQ

Tel: 101
Textphone: 67101 sms/text number for the deaf/hard hearing/speech impaired
Tel: 18001 101 Minicom/Textphone

Non Emergency Directory (NED)

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