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Accessibility Options


Deaf, Hearing-Impaired or Speech-Impaired
If you are Deaf, have a Hearing or Speech Impairment, we offer a range of solution to enable you to contact us.
Website accessibility options
Learn more about the accessibility options available on our website.

Alternative Methods of Contact


Email Us
If you would like to email us directly, please provide as much detail as possible, to enable us to assist with your enquiry.
Call us
Use 101 the Non-Emergency Number to speak to us. This section will give you more information.
Write to us
Select here to find our Force Headquarters address.
Visit us
You can visit one of our Police Stations or Police Contact Points at the following locations.
Silent 999 calls
Silent 999 calls are not automatically transferred to the police, as they may have been dialled accidentally...

Social Media


Twitter
@dorsetpolice - follow us on twitter for information and advice from the Force. Please note: Do not use Twitter to report crime as the account is not monitored 24/7.
Facebook
Dorset Police - like us on Facebook for up-to-date information and advice from the Force. Please note: Do not use Facebook to report crime as the account is not monitored 24/7.
Instagram
dorset_police - follow us on Instagram to find out what our officers and staff up to.
YouTube
DorsetPoliceHQ - subscribe to our channel for our latest videos.
Other team accounts
Various departments and teams have their own social media accounts, including our local Neighbourhood Policing Teams. Click here to find out more.

Join us


Join us
To see the latest vacancies, information packs and download the application forms check this section.
Volunteers
If you would like to volunteer some of your time to help make your community safer please check out some of the ways you can help by volunteering with Dorset Police