Telephone: 020 7601 2222 PO Box 36451 London EC2M 4WN
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Welcome to the contact us page.
You can contact us in a number of ways, each listed below under
the relevant heading. Some of the numbers, emails and links on
this page will forward you to the correct organisation.
If you would prefer to speak to us face to face then you can
find your nearest police station here.
Remember in an emergency always dial
You can call 2222 to report a
non-emergency crime that has already happened including:
stolen cars, laptops or mobiles, minor traffic collisions, property
damage, drug dealing, or seek crime prevention advice or make us
aware of any issues in your local area.
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired you can use the
textphone number 1800 101 to
report your non-emergency crime.
Find out more about the non-emergency 101 number in our
frequently asked questions section.
If you have had your bicycle stolen from or damaged
at one of the City cycle parking racks please help us to
identify by using the following map.
rack map information
Telephone: 020 7601 2222 (24 hours)
People who live and work in the City can continue to call
020 7601 2000 to report non-emergency crime
For all recruitment enquiries, please email
Text/Picture Message: 07940 500 500
fraud visit Action Fraud or contact 0300 123
Find out more about
fraud and types of fraud
Anti-terrorism hotline: 0800 789 321 (24
terrorist website content online
Counter terrorism information
To report domestic violence, hate crime, sexual assault, abuse,
missing persons, child protection and neglect contact:
Public Protection Unit: 020 7601 2940 (Not 24
information and advice
If you think that a police officer or member of police staff has
behaved incorrectly or unfairly, you have the right to make a
out how to make a complaint
Report graffiti, vandalism, dumping, fly tipping and a number of
other problems to the City of London Corporation.
Telephone: 0800 389 5908
Use the City of London online fault
Call anonymously with information about crime
0800 555 111 (24 hours)