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PostSubject: Making Contact   Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:43 am

Enquiries and non-emergencies
General enquiries - 101

To report a crime
For information and advice
To contact a member of your local neighbourhood policing team
Why don’t you programme this number into your mobile phone in case you need it?

Minicom - 18001 101

Non-emergency textphone for the deaf, hard of hearing and speech-impaired.
www.askthe.police.uk

For general police queries and answers to useful questions.
Direct dial facilities available to you:
Anti-terrorist hotline - 0800 789 321

The confidential anti-terrorist hotline is staffed around the clock by specialist counter-terrorism police officers and staff.

If you think you have seen something suspicious or you are unsure about somebody’s activities or behaviour, however insignificant it may seem at the time, call the confidential hotline.

A textphone service is available for people with speech or hearing difficulties on 0800 032 45 39 (text messages from mobiles are not accepted).
Crimestoppers - 0800 555 111

Call anonymously to give information about crime.
Central Ticket Unit - 01752 751404
Collisions Unit - 01752 751215

Mon - Fri 10am - 3.30pm
Firearms and Explosives Licensing Unit - 01392 452880
Fraud 0300 123 2040

Action Fraud is the new central point of contact to call and get help if you’ve been a victim of fraud
Keyholder Scheme - 0901 470 0440

Allows you to register a nominated key holder for police to contact should your home or business property come to their notice - 24 hours a day, every day. Further information is available on the Force website, from police stations or your neighbourhood policing team.
Stray dogs

Are now the responsibility of the local authority. Please ring them direct.
Contact us by post:

Devon & Cornwall Constabulary
Middlemoor HQ
Exeter
EX2 7HQ

Cornwall & Isles BCU Commander
Cornwall & Isles of Scilly BCU Headquarters
Truro Police Station
Tregolls Road
Truro
Cornwall
TR1 1PY

Devon BCU Commander
Devon & Cornwall Constabulary
Rosemoor Court, Pynes Hill
Exeter
EX2 5TU

Plymouth BCU Commander
Plymouth BCU Headquarters
Crownhill Police Station
Budshead Way
Plymouth
PL6 5HT
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Pour appeler la police, les pompiers, une ambulance, un guarde-côte ou les secours en cas d'urgence, faites le 999 ou le texte 80999. Pour contacter votre officier de police le plus proche pour un problème qui n'est pas urgent, faites le 101le minicom 18001 101

Wählen Sie die Notrufnummer 999 (lub tekst 80999) für Polizei, Feuerwehr, Krankenwagen, Küstenwache oder Rettungsdienste. In nicht dringlichen Angelegenheiten können Sie die örtlich zuständige Polizei unter 101reichen ou le minicom 18001 101

Als u in een noodgeval de politie, brandweer, ambulance, kustwacht of reddingsdienst wilt bellen, gebruik dan het alarmnummer: 999. Als u met uw wijkagent wilt spreken over iets dat geen noodgeval is, bel dan 101

Para ponerse en contacto con el servicio de policía, bomberos, ambulancia, guardacostas o de rescate en una situación de emergencia, marque el 999. Si desea ponerse en contacto con un miembro del servicio de la policía local en relación con un tema no urgente, marque el 101
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