The capital is changing, and the Metropolitan Police must change with it. They want a Met that looks and feels like London. And want all of our communities to value their work and the difference it makes. There are strict budget and crime-cutting targets to meet in an increasingly complex and connected world full of new risks and threats.
Visit the Metropolitan Police Crime Reporting page to find details on how to report a crime.
Report Incidents To Metropolitan Police
Advice And Support
Emergency Contact Numbers
Call 999 right away for any emergency, such as:
- You are witnessing a crime or someone in extreme danger.
- A serious offence is in progress, or the offender is still at the crime scene.
- Someone is causing damage to a property.
When you are in danger and can't speak, Please follow the steps below:
Call 999 from your cell phone:
- Police won't be able to track your location, so you may cough, press some keys or provide any clue to locate you.
- Press 55 when prompted, and a Police officer will be able to listen to the voice coming through the phone.
- Police can track your location even if you don't speak.
- They will be able to hear your background noises and send an immediate rescue if they a suspect any danger.
Non-Emergency Crime Reporting
Call 101 when it is less urgent, but you need to report a crime or an offence such as:
- Stolen Car
- Property Damaged
- Drug Dealing
- Traffic Accident
Metropolitan Police And Crime Commissioner Details:
Sadiq Khan is the current Police Commissioner for Metropolitan Police. Find Details below to contact the PCC Headquarters Office:
- Email: [email protected]
- Phone No: 020 7983 6532
- Address: Metropolitan Police Headquarters, Henry J. Daly Building, 300 Indiana Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001
- Website: https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/mayors-office-policing-and-crime-mopac