100 makes it quicker and easier to contact the police when you don't need an emergency response.

For example:

  • if you’ve had a minor traffic accident.
  • if your property has been vandalised.
  • if your car has been stolen.
  • if you suspect drug dealing.
  • if you’ve witnessed a crime.
  • if you’ve seen a missing person.
  • if you need crime prevention advice.
  • if you want to speak to a local police officer.
  • 100 replaces all local police station numbers with one easy-to-remember the number.