Always dial 999 in an emergency
By phone – 101 for non-emergencies (+44 (0) 141 308 1070 if calling from outwith the UK. Network charges may apply).
Our service advisors spend a lot of time each day answering calls on matters that are not actually the responsibility of the police. Please read the Read this before you call 101 page first to ensure Police Scotland can assist with your non-emergency issue.
Online – for issues of a non-serious nature using our Contact Us form
In person – Find your local Police Stations and check the Public Counter opening hours
Text Relay - 18001101 for deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or speech-impaired callers
Support for British Sign Language users/speakers
In writing – to PO BOX 2460, Dalmarnock, Glasgow, G40 9BA
Online reporting forms
If you’ve reported domestic abuse, rape or sexual crimes to us, we’d appreciate your feedback on the service we provided.
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