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101 - The non-emergency telephone number - in an emergency always call 999101 - The non-emergency telephone number

To contact the police in Dorset for non-emergencies please dial 101. Calls to 101 cost 15 pence per call from landlines and mobiles, no matter what time of day you call or how long you are on the phone. However, if you choose to end the call and redial, you will be placed back at the start of the queue and charged again. Members of the public are also encouraged to use the Do It Online service for non-emergency issues whenever possible.  Follow this link for more info about 101

 

Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View logoYour Dorset. Your Police. Your View.

Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View.’ is your way to make your views heard on policing in Dorset.  Over six months, we will be running events and activities that lift the lid on what policing is really about. Follow this link to find out more about how you can get involved >

 

 

Lost Property

Report My Loss Report My Loss is a website allowing the public to report lost property quickly and easily without the need to telephone or visit a Police station. You can submit your report online via: http://www.reportmyloss.com/ >  Find out more about this service by following this link >

 

Dorset Police CyberSafe - cybersafe.dorset.police.ukDorset Police CyberSafe

The threat from cyber-crime is a rapidly growing problem for policing and is a priority here in Dorset and nationally. Cyber crime can affect us all - follow our CyberSafe campaign to find out  more >

If you are a small business and would like to know how Cyber Crime could affect you, please download our Cyber Security booklet for business here.

 

Dorset Road Safe Camera Locations

For a list of the Speed Camera locations for the upcoming weeks, please check here.

 

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Police release photo of possible witness to serious A35 collision

Police have released a photo of a potential key witness to a serious collision on the A35 and are asking for the public's assistance to identify him.… read more

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Burglar jailed for five years

A Weymouth burglar who was caught in the act by one of his victims has been jailed for five years.… read more

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Witness appeal following altercation in Bournemouth

Detectives in Bournemouth are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an altercation in the town.… read more

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Break to beach huts in Weymouth – witness appeal

Police are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward after breaks at two beach huts in Weymouth.… read more


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