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101 - The non-emergency number for Dorset Police - In an emergency always call 999

 

Dial 999 in an emergency when :

  • A crime is in progress
  • Life is in danger or a risk of injury
  • An offender is still at the scene or has just left.

 

Please select from ...

 

 Link to make a general enquiry online

Make a general enquiry

Make a general enquiry >

In an emergency you should always dial 999.

  Link to Hate Crime and reporting incidents of Hate Crime

Make a complaint

There are a number of ways you can make a complaint,  please follow this link to find out how you can register a complaint and how it will be investigated >

         
Link to request a call back

Request a call back

Complete our online form to request a call back >

  Link to leave a message for an officer

Message for an officer

Complete our online form to leave a message for an officer >

         
Link to Hate Crime and reporting incidents of Hate Crime 

Report Hate Crime

Report incidents of Hate Crime by following this link >

  Link to provide your feedback online 

We want your views

There are three ways to give feedback via the website, follow this link to find out how to submit your views >

         
Link to Hate Crime and reporting incidents of Hate Crime 

Report Fraud & Internet Crime

Link to the Action Fraud website - Link opens new window

Website : http://www.actionfraud.police.uk/ >

  Link to the secure online crime reporting form on the Crimestoppers website - Link opens new window

Pass Information Anonymously

Contact Crimestoppers online to pass on information about crime anonymously,  by completing their form >

         
Link to find your local Safer Neighbourhood Team 

Contact your local Safer Neighbourhood Team

Follow this link to find your team and send them a message, or enter your postcode in the 'Your Local Area' box in the top right-hand corner of this page.

  Link to more information about Anti-Social Behaviour and what you can do

Anti-Social Behaviour

Reporting Anti-Social Behaviour and what you can do. Follow this link for more information >

         
Lost and stray dogs information

Lost / Stray Dogs

As of 31 October 2010, Dorset Police no longer accepts stray dogs. This reflects a change in the law, and from this date responsibility for stray dogs passes to Local Authorities. Follow this link for contact information for your Local Authority >

 
  Link to Hate Crime and reporting incidents of Hate Crime

Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme

Under the scheme, a parent, guardian or third party can make an application to find out if there is information which they need to know about in order to protect a child(ren) in their care.  Find out more by following this link >

         
Link to the ARC Dorset website - Link opens new window

Contact the Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Dorset

If you have been raped or sexually assaulted, the Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Dorset (ARC Dorset) is here to support you. We help you deal with and recover from the emotional and physical effects of the assault and can support you to report the incident to the police - but only if this is what you wish to do. Follow this link to the ARC Dorset website >

  Link to the Download centre 

Download Centre

Our most popular downloads, including Firearms Licensing and Police and Crime Plan. Downloads available by following this link >

         
 Link to the Crime Prevention Portal

Crime Prevention Portal

This Crime Prevention Portal has been produced to provide you with key information to help reduce your chances of becoming a victim of crime.

Follow this link to access our advice and information >