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Call your local Police on 101. However, in an emergency always use 999. 101 is the number to call if, for example:

  • a vehicle has been stolen
  • property has been damaged
  • you’re giving information about other crime

The number can be used to report a non-emergency to any Police Force in Wales. Calls to 101 from landlines and mobile networks cost 15p per call, no matter what time of day you call or how long you are on the phone.

In an emergency, always dial 999. This is when immediate action is required, such as:

  • a crime is in progress
  • someone suspected of a crime is near by
  • someone’s life is at risk
  • someone is injured
  • there is violence being used or threatened

Gwent

Report crime to Gwent Police by calling 101. However, in an emergency always use 999.

Outside Wales

If you are located outside of Wales please click here for a full list of UK Police Forces.

South Wales

Report crime to South Wales Police by calling 101. However, in an emergency always use 999.

North Wales

Report crime to North Wales Police by calling 101. However, in an emergency always use 999.

Dyfed Powys

Report crime to Dyfed Powys Police by calling 101. However, in an emergency always use 999.