For non-urgent police enquiries call 101 or in an emergency always call 999
Please note: If you are a safeguarding lead or reporting from a school or business, reporting online may not be suitable. On occasions, we may be required to contact you out of office hours to ask further questions in order for an accurate risk assessment to be made.
If the above applies, please report your non-emergency incident by calling 101, or using the webchat function.
To report incidents involving banned breeds of dogs, any wildlife crime such as poaching or livestock worrying and dogs dangerously out of control/injury to person or assistance dog.
To report incidents on the street, such as begging, drug using / dealing / production, fireworks misuse, licensed premises issues, prostitution, rowdy / nuisance behaviour or street drinking.
To report incidents of burglary (business & residential), criminal damage, theft, vehicle related thefts or damage, bogus callers, shoplifting, arson, petrol station fuel theft (drive off) or taxi make offs (bilking)
To report incidents of trespass or fly tipping
To report incidents such as driving complaints, drink or drugs driving, nuisance motorbikes and suspicious or abandoned vehicles.
To report incidents such as rape, sexual assault, child sexual exploitation, female genital mutilation, grooming, indecent exposure, indecent images, revenge porn or other sexual offences.
To report incidents such as assault, robbery, firearms & other weapons, hate crimes, threats/threatening behaviour or witness intimidation.
To report any welfare or suspicious incident such as, harassment/stalking/malicious comms, modern slavery or child access issues.
This section is NOT for the reporting of an offence. This section is to be used by trained personnel only from Professional Partner Agencies of South Yorkshire Police to provide Information and Intelligence only.
This section is ONLY for the use of Royal Mail employees. Not for use by general public.