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Crime and prevention

How to report a crime

In an emergency dial 999.

The call is free and can be made from any phone box or mobile phone, even if there is no credit left.

An emergency exists if a crime is being committed now, the offender is still at the scene or nearby, or there is a risk of injury or serious damage to property.

Who to contact

  • To report all other non-emergency crimes and to give information to Thames Valley Police, call 101
  • If you want to give information about a crime anonymously you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111

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Domestic abuse

You can get free and confidential help from a number of organisations in Oxfordshire.

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Doorstep crime

What to look out for and how to report a crime.

Door bell

Support for victims of crime

Information and advice on what to do and how to get help if you've been a victim of crime.

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