Tell us what you’ve seen
IF you witness a crime or incident you could have valuable information that should be passed on to your local police officers. It is always best to contact the police at the time of the incident, rather than leaving it the next day or when you next see yo
IF you witness a crime or incident you could have valuable information that should be passed on to your local police officers.
It is always best to contact the police at the time of the incident, rather than leaving it the next day or when you next see your local police officer of police community support officer.
In an emergency, such as when a life is in danger or a serious crime is being committed, always call 999.
For all non-emergencies or to contact your neighbourhood policing team call 0845 456 4564.
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Visit the Cambridgeshire police website at www.cambs.police.uk Click on My Neighbourhood to find out about your local team.
To give information anonymously about crime, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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When providing details of a crime or incident, you will be asked for the location, time, date and details of what you have seen.
When giving details of a person involved in crime, it is helpful if you can recall as many personal details as possible, such as height, weight, age, hair, clothing, scars/marks, jewellery or tattoos.
If a vehicle has been used, it is always a good idea to note down the registration number. Other useful points are the colour, make/model, condition of vehicle, stickers, mirrors, tow bar or wheel trims.
Any information, however small it may seem, can make a difference to an investigation.