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Methods of contacting the police

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How can I contact the police?

There are a number of ways you can contact us depending
on your needs and the urgency of your situation.

999 only in an emergency
When someone is in immediate danger or when a crime is in progress.

101 To report non-emergency incidents

Go online www.staffordshire.police.uk

On our website you can find the answers to many of the questions people ask
when calling the police, plus helpful information and advice.

Report crime and incidents online
If you need to report a crime or tell us something then why not report using
the ‘Report’ section on our website. Reports are dealt with by our contact
teams by the same way whether you report it online or call 101.
Digital Services
To report non-emergency incidents or general enquiries you can send us a
private message on Facebook (facebook.com/staffordshirepolice) and
Twitter (@staffspolice).
Live Chat
A live chat function is also available on our website www.staffordshire.police.uk
The service offers a quick, easy and direct way of reporting problems that aren’t
urgent.
Visit in person
You can visit one of our 3 police desks at Cannock, Longton or Burton to:
• Report a crime
• Receive local advice and information
• Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Support from other public services
If you are experiencing Noise Nuisance please be aware that your local council have the powers to
deal with this.

If you are experiencing Physical or Mental Health issues, please contact your GP or other NHS services
 
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Amanda Dale (Police, PCSO, Stoke North, Hanley)

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