For non-urgent police enquiries call 101 or in an emergency always call 999
The Police only deal with concern for welfare incidents where there is an immediate risk to life, or someone is at risk of significant harm that would require a police response.
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.
If appropriate, you should also try to make contact with any relevant agencies that are involved with the person who may be able to offer the most appropriate care e.g. social worker or a carer.
If you have concerns for someone who is having suicidal thoughts, or struggling with their mental health, help can be obtained by visiting the NHS website or by calling 111.
If your concern is regarding domestic abuse, you are able to report this online to the police, here.