Cambridgeshire Constabulary

In emergency always dial Dial 999 when:

  • Lives are at risk / violence / serious injury
  • Serious crime is happening
  • Criminal still at the scene or nearby

The police operator will need to take your name, address and details ofwhat has happened. This will take time, but it is important to get allof the information from you so that we can send the appropriateresources to you if necessary.

General Phone Enquiries

For all non-emergencies, call 24 hours a day, which is a National number - 101

To give information anonymously about crime call Crimestoppers - 0800555111

MINICOM helpline for the deaf and hard of hearing, anywhere in the force area - 01480 422493

RNID TypeTalk is a national telephone relay service which enables,deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing and speech impaired people tocommunicate, to access the service dial - 0800 515152

Police Enhancement Access Line (PEAL): Available 24 hours a day for non-emergency calls with anyone who has acommunication difficulty. Those wanting to use the system must registerfirst.