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999 if it’s an emergency.
101 if it’s a non-emergency
Use 101 if you want to report an incident or crime, including anti-social behaviour – see the ‘Contact us’ section of Cambridgeshire police website.
101 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. From landlines and mobile networks, calls will cost 15p per call, no matter what time of day or the duration of the call.
Report things online
The Cambridgeshire police website has several ways of reporting things – to simplify matters, here are the two most obvious:
Report crime (including ‘rural’ crime), a concern, vehicle related or ‘other’, go to this ‘report crime’ page.
If it’s something else, it may be easier to choose from the options on the Cambridgeshire police contact page.
Hatley is part of the Cambourne Policing Team
Cambourne Police Station
If you would like to report any information anonymously, contact CrimeStoppers, an independent UK-wide charity working to stop crime – either via the CrimeStoppers website or phone 0800 555 111.
To find out your rights as a victim and the support available to you, visit these websites:
Use the Cambridgeshire police rural crime page for details on what constitutes rural crime – it covers hare coursing, poaching, equine crime and fox hunting as well as crimes committed against farmers and rural businesses.
To report a rural crime, in an emergency dial 999; if it’s not an emergency, call 101 – or go to the police ‘report a crime’ page.
This voluntary organisation complements the local police rural crime team – as they detail on the Countryside Watch webpage.
Ellen Muirhead is the regional officer for South Cambs:
Phone 07952 735 158
E-mail our local Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator.
The E-Cops website.
Register to receive E-Cops messages – after registering, you will receive e-mails with news relevant to our area and be able to respond.
Do not use this to report a crime or for urgent matters.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire
Darryl Preston is our PCC. To contact him:
Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
PO Box 688
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