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  1. Contact the Police & Crime Commissioner

    You can Contact the Police & Crime Commissioner via the following methods Content
  2. Call us

    Call Dorset Police Content
  3. Contact information for people who are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired

    Contact information for people who are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired Content
  4. Write to us

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  5. Email us

    You can email dorset police via the following email address Content
  6. Witness Appeal Form

    To submit information on a witness appeal, please use this form. Content
  7. Social Media

    Dorset Police uses a variety of social media to engage with the public. Content
  8. Request a call back

    If you would like us to call you back at a time when it is convenient to you, please fill in the details and we will do our best to call you back at your requested time. Content
  9. Silent 999 calls

    Silent 999 calls are not automatically transferred to the police, as they may have been dialled accidentally. However there is a procedure which the police request the emergency operator to follow for silent 999 calls that means that if you have made an emergency call but cannot speak (for example because you believe you will be in danger if you are heard), please dial 55 when asked to do so. Content
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