For non-urgent police enquiries call 101 or in an emergency always call 999
Below you can find details to Burglary, Damage & Theft incidents that you can report to us online. Please click on the title of the incident to be taken to the reporting form.
To report arson, which is a deliberate act of setting fire to property, causing damage or endangering life
To report a bogus caller or bogus official, which usually entails someone posing as a worker for a utility company (particularly water officials), as a police officer, social services worker, ambulance staff, charity collectors or gardeners for example.
The offence of burglary is entering a building, or part of a building, as a trespasser, committing, or intending to commit, theft, grievous bodily harm or criminal damage.
Criminal damage is the deliberate act of damaging or attempting to damage / destroy property, or causing damage as a result of a reckless act.
Drive off / making off without payment is a criminal offence where someone deliberately avoids paying for fuel.
To report robbery, which is when a person uses force, violence or fear of violence, immediately before or at the time of stealing from a victim.
Shoplifting or theft from shops and stalls is when goods are taken without paying. If a person has entered an area that members of the public do not have access to, and items have been stolen this would be a burglary.
Taxi bilking, or making off without payment, is a criminal offence where someone deliberately avoids paying for a taxi.
To report theft, or attempted theft, from inside or on (roof racks etc.) a vehicle.
Theft is when property is taken or attempted to be taken without permission, and with no intention of returning the property to the owner.
To report a vehicle that has been taken unlawfully.