Thames Valley Police is the largest non-metropolitan police force in England and Wales. They police the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire and serve a diverse population of more than two million, plus six million visitors who come to Thames Valley each year. They patrol 196 miles of motorway - more than any British police force. The Thames Valley Police Force area is divided into 12 Local Policing Areas (LPAs). For more information, visit the Thames Valley Police website.
Thames Valley Police is one of the 43 police forces in England and Wales and is the largest non-metropolitan force. It covers over 2,200 square miles and three counties: Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire. They serve a diverse population of over 2.34 million people. The force has 11 local policing areas, each with a command structure led by a Superintendent. The population has grown by 10% in the last ten years. The force is also responsible for policing 196 miles of motorway.
Thames Valley Police works closely with Hampshire Constabulary, and since 2011, they have shared a Joint Operations Unit (JOU). The JOU includes our roads policing unit, firearms capability, operational support, dogs unit, mounted unit (Thames Valley) and marine unit (Hampshire).
Visit the Thames Valley Police Crime Reporting page to find details on how to report a crime.
Report Incidents To Thames Valley Police
Visit Thames Valley Police official website to report below Crimes:
- Report domestic abuse
- Report rape, sexual assault and other sexual offences
- Report a road traffic incident
- Report antisocial behaviour
- Report a missing person
- Report fraud, bribery or corruption
- Report a civil dispute
- Report spiking
- Report lost or found property
- How to report a lost or stolen vehicle
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
Thames Valley Police And Crime Commissioner Details:
Matthew Barber is the current Police Commissioner for Thames Valley Police. Find Details below to contact the PCC Headquarters Office:
Contact Thames Valley Police:
Police Stations In Thames Valley Police Force Area
|302 North Row Witan Gate East Milton Keynes||MK9 2DS|
|Bridge Road Maidenhead Berkshire||SL6 8LP|
|Castle Street Reading Berks||RG1 7TH|
|Colwell Drive Abingdon||OX14 1AU|
|King George V Road Amersham Bucks||HP6 5AL|
|Mill Lane Newbury Berks||RG14 5QU|
|Queen Victoria Road High Wycombe Bucks||HP11 1BE|
|Queens Avenue Bicester Oxfordshire||OX26 2NT|
|Rushey Way Lower Earley Berks||RG6 4PS|
|St Aldates Oxford||OX1 1SZ|
|The Broadway Bracknell Berks||RG12 1AD|
|Warwick Road Banbury Oxon||OX16 2AE|
|Welch Way Witney Oxon||OX28 6JN|
|Wendover Road Aylesbury Bucks||HP21 7LA|
|Windsor Road Slough Berks||SL1 2HH|