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Contacting the Police

Emergencies: 999

Non Emergencies: 101

Hartfield's Police Community Support Officer:

Sharon Dersley - sharon.dersley@sussex.pnn.police.uk  

Tel: 0845 6070999 Option 1 voicemail number 27564

Click on the link below to view advice on how to reduce the risk of attempted crime on your homes:

DOORSTEP CRIME ADVICE


Please find below information on the new national 101 non emergency number that came into force on 1st November 2011, this replaces the old 0845 60 70 999 number that should no longer be used
101 Non-Emergency Number
Sussex Police have launched a new number providing people with a new way to get in touch about non-emergency issues. 101 is now the main number to call Sussex Police when it is less urgent
than 999.
As well as making the police more accessible to communities, it is intended that 101 will reduce the number of inappropriate 999 calls. There will be a single flat charge of 15p per call, regardless of the duration, time of day, mobile or landline.
You should call 101 to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response. For example:-
• Stolen cars
• If you suspect drug dealing/taking
• To give us information about crime in your area
• To speak to your Local Policing Team
In an emergency, always call 999 when you need an immediate response, For example:
• Because a crime is in progress
• Someone suspected of a crime is nearby
• When there is danger to life
• When violence is being used or threatened101 will not:
• Change the way in which we respond to non emergency calls
• Connect people to a large national call centre
• Result in calls receiving a lower priority than if 999 had been called for a non emergency issue
101 should not be used to report:
• Fly tipping
• Noise pollution
• Stray dogs
These should initially be reported to your local council