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Neighbourhood Watch Contacting the Police  In an emergency always call 999 (or 112)                          For a more comprehensive list CLICK HERE Incident Report Form

To report less urgent crime or disorder call 101, the non emergency number (Nationwide calls to this number are automatically routed to the most appropriate police force).

101* can be used for:

• Reporting a crime that has happened

• Providing information about a crime

• Asking for information and advice

Warwickshire Police Central Phone Number is:

Tel: 01926 415000


If English is not your first language, please call

01926 415 000 and our operators will contact translators.

If you are hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can use Emergency SMS+ or Typetalk 18001 101.

Local policing:

If you want to contact your local policing team:

Tel: 01926 415000 or 101 for further information

Warwickshire Crimestoppers:

Call anonymously with information about crime

Tel: 0800 555 111

Warwickshire Police Authority:

Hate crime helpline

Tel: 0845 129 2221

Police public contact points:

If you need to visit us or call your nearest contact point, see below:

Warwickshire Police has police stations located at:

Leamington Spa 01926 451 111

Nuneaton 02476 641 111

Rugby 01788 541 111

Stratford-upon-Avon 01789 414 111

These police stations offer full policing services.

There are also public contact points, in partnership with Warwickshire Direct:

Alcester 01789 762 207

Atherstone 01827 718 092

Bedworth 02476 643 111

Coleshill 01675 464 444

Kenilworth 01926 851 111

Shipston on Stour 01608 661 415

Southam 01926 812 366

Warwick 01926 410 111

These contact points offer a range of police

services, such as:

• Crime and incident reporting

• Lost and found property

• Firearms licences

+Provided by the Royal National Institute for Deaf People

*Calls from landlines and mobile networks cost 15 pence per call, no matter what time of day or how long your call.

Partial update 07/08/2015