Derbyshire Police - How to Contact us
Dronfield Town Council are working in partnership with the Police and we'd like to remind residents of the many different ways in which they can contact the Police, should they need to.
It is now possible for residents to get in touch with the Police in a range of different ways, to report non-emergencies.
If you don't want to speak to someone on the phone, you can send the Police a message on social media, use their website, or speak to one of their call handlers on Live Chat.
This will also help to free up their call handlers to answer the phones to those that would prefer to physically speak to someone.
Derbyshire Constabularies team of helpful call handlers are here for the people of Derbyshire 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The links you can use to get in touch digitally are:
- Facebook: Send a message to us on www.facebook.com/derbyshireconstabulary
- Twitter: Send a direct message to our contact centre via www.twitter.com/derpolcontact
- Website: Use our online forms and Live Chat by visiting www.derbyshire.police.uk
The Derbyshire Police website houses a number of online forms, where you can report a crime, road traffic incident, anti-social behaviour, apply for licenses and firearms certificates, as well as use 'Your Area', where residents can find out more about, and contact, their local Safer Neighbourhood Teams.
If you can, please consider contacting the Police digitally, so their call handlers are free to speak to those that don't have any access to the internet to do so.
Please note, in the case of an emergency, you should always phone 999.
Posted: Fri, 20 Nov 2020 10:22 by Loran Stonehouse