You can now report certain incidents and make Clare’s Law and Sarah’s Law applications online through the national Police.uk website.
These reports will be fed back into our 24-hour control room who will review them and decide the most appropriate course of action.
Click on the links below to get started.
Remember, if you or someone else is in immediate danger, always call 999. We can send someone to help straightaway.
This service will help you report rape, sexual assault, and other sexual offences.
If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic abuse, talk to us - we are here to help you.
This scheme enables the police to release information about any previous history of violence or abuse a person might have.
If you’re worried about someone’s behaviour towards a child, or something you’ve seen, heard, or been told, you can use Sarah’s Law to find out if that person is a risk.
A hate crime is any criminal offence which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by a hostility or prejudice based on a protected characteristic.
Our officers and staff are trained to deal with hate crime sensitively and professionally. By reporting it, you may be able to prevent it from happening again to you or someone else.
Remember, you don’t have to be the victim of hate crime to report it. You can report what you’ve seen happening to someone else, or report it on their behalf if they don’t want to.
Report hate crime to police online using our 101 Live Chat here.
If you don’t want to report directly to the police, you can submit an online form to True Vision here.