Report Crime With Nottinghamshire Police

✅ Article By Anne-Marie Pearman & Reviewed By Zeynep Topcu

Nottinghamshire Police plays a vital role in fighting crime, protecting people and promoting law and order in Nottinghamshire. They do this 24 hours a day, every day.

They police an area of more than 800 square miles and serve a diverse population of more than one million people living in Nottinghamshire's towns and villages and the cosmopolitan city and conurbation of Nottingham, the regional capital of the East Midlands.

Their business is to help make Nottinghamshire a safer, better place to live, work and visit. They do this in partnership with other organisations and local communities across the county.

The Nottinghamshire Police force has a dedicated workforce of just under 3,800 officers and staff, who are supported by a growing army of hundreds of Special Constables, cadets and volunteers.

Located in the heart of England, the county is renowned for its sporting roots, including Trent Bridge Cricket ground, the Capital FM National Ice Arena, Meadow Lan - home to the world’s oldest football club Notts County - and the City Ground - home to former double European Cup winners Nottingham Forest.

Visit the Nottinghamshire Police Crime Reporting page to find details on how to report a crime.

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:

  1. Police won't be able to track your location, so you may cough, press some keys or provide any clue to locate you.
  2. Press 55 when prompted, and a Police officer will be able to listen to the voice coming through the phone.
Call 999 from the Landline:
  1. Police can track your location even if you don't speak.
  2. 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

Textphone Service

In case you have hearing or speech impairment:

  • Use TextPhone Service 18000 for Emergency Situations.
  • Use TextPhone Service 18001101 for Non-Emergency Situation.

Contact CrimeStoppers

To anonymously report a crime or suspicious behaviour:

Nottinghamshire Police And Crime Commissioner Details:

Caroline Henry is the current Police Commissioner for Nottinghamshire Police. Find Details below to contact the PCC Headquarters Office:

Nottinghamshire Police Officers:

Steve Cooper

Deputy Chief Constable

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Contact Nottinghamshire Police:


Phone: 101

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