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PostSubject: Making Contact   Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:47 am

Phone us

All non-urgent telephone calls to the police should be routed through our central switchboard number - 01473 613500. Your call will be charged at local rate.

In an emergency dial 999. You should dial 999 when life is threatened or people are injured, or of there is a crime in progress or an immediate police response is necessary.

It is better to be safe than sorry.


Minicom users should dial 01473 611160 (please note, this number is for those with hearing difficulties).

Calls may be monitored for quality control, security and training purposes.

Please note, telephone calls relating to noise or abandoned vehicles should be directed to the appropriate department of your local district or borough council.

For information on what happens when you report a crime, please click on the following link: what happens next

Reporting Problems Online

You can also report a noise or an abandoned vehicle problem online using the report a problem facility on the onesuffolk website - opens in a new window. This is a partnership site involving the police, local, borough and district councils.

This facility enables members of the public to report problems relating to:
Abandoned Cars
Damage to a street name sign, litter bin or doggie bin
Drainage problems
Fly Posting
Fly Tipping
Rat or mice infestations
Refuse collection issues
Smoke, fumes or dust

To use the facility, please click on the following:Report a problem - opens in a new window
Give information to us online

Did you know that we have an online facility, where you can report information, which may help the police? If you know anything which could assist us, you can use our ‘Tell The Police’ section to submit your details on-line confidentially. Any information provided will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Email us

Your views count and we welcome your views on local policing issues, why not: e-mail your views and comments to: or visit our Have your Say section and make your views known.
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