For non-urgent police enquiries call 101 or in an emergency always call 999
By registering for an account on the portal, you will be able to report non-emergency incidents and track the status of your report online. You will also be able to live chat with members of the force’s contact centre.
Click here to find out what you can report to us online, or use the search bar below to read knowledge items relating to your incident. Please note this search bar will only provide details relating to reporting incidents, for all other information please return to South Yorkshire Police's website by clicking the logo above, and use the 'How can we help?' bar.
Please be aware that although the portal is available 24/7, we may not be able to respond immediately. If your incident is an emergency, or relates to a threat to life, always call 999.
You can report dangerous or inconsiderate driving to the police. This may include speeding, tail gating, driving with no insurance, or driving whilst using a mobile phone etc.
You are able to report motorbikes/e-scooters/vehicles causing a nuisance, both on and off the road to the police.
Theft is when property is taken or attempted to be taken without permission, and with no intention of returning the property to the owner.
Examples of a concern for welfare would be a neighbour not been seen for a number of days, a vulnerable relative who has been buying expensive presents for an associate, or a child who is left home alone etc.
If you have concerns for someone's welfare and believe they may be in immediate danger, or at risk, contact the police to report this on 999.