In an EMERGENCY dial 999.
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For non-emergencies, and to contact your local station:
Dial the new country wide number 101 (all 101 calls cost 15p no matter how long or whether land line or mobile) – more information.
View information and contact details for our local Police here.
The email address to alert the local police neighbourhood team to non-urgent police matters is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dial 0800 555 111 to report crime anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers. View more information on Crimestoppers.
For people with hearing difficulties or speech impairments:
Register for emergencySMS service -The emergencySMS service lets deaf, hard of hearing and speech-impaired people in the UK send an SMS text message to the UK 999 service where it will be passed to the police, ambulance, fire rescue, or coastguard.Simply by sending an SMS message to 999 you can call for help and the emergency services will be able to reply to you.You will need to register your mobile phone before using the emergencySMS service, click on the Registering your phone link above for more information.
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Hate Crime Reporting:
West Midlands Police definition: Hate crime is any criminal act committed against a person or property that is motivated by the offender’s hatred of people because of their gender, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation.
Click on Reporting hate crime to find out more.
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