You can contact the Police Service by telephone, text phone or in writing.
Emergency telephone number
In an emergency dial 999
or 18000 for text phone users
An emergency is where serious injury has been caused or a crime is in progress and the suspects are at or near the scene.
Non-emergency and general enquiries telephone number
101 Non Emergency Number
More information about the PSNI Non Emergecy Telephone Number (PDF)
Callers from outside the UK
or within the Republic of Ireland should ring + 44 28 9065 0222.
Report Non-Emergencies Online
If you wish to report a non-emergency incident, including hate crime
and online incidents, you can complete our
Non-Emergency Incident Reporting Form here. You can report anonymously, and as a victim, witness or third party.
If you are a business/organisation and a victim of cyber crime (online incidents), you can complete our
Cyber Crime Reporting Form here.
In an emergency always call 999. If you experience any problems reporting online or have queries, call 101.
- Reporting Non-emergency and Hate Crime/Incidents
- Cyber Crime Reporting for businesses and other organisations
- Freedom of information
- Subject access
- Careers in the Police Service
- Make a complaint
- Contact your local police using our interactive map
- Police badges and patches
- Research opportunities
Police station opening hours
Station addresses and opening hours
Details of police surgeries or PACT meetings can be found using our interactive map
Write to us
If you wish to contact police about a matter in your area you can find contact details for each police district using our interactive map.
For general queries you can write to:Command Secretariat
Police Service of Northern Ireland
65 Knock Road
0800 555 111
National anti-terrorist hotline
0800 789 321
Emergency SMS text service
Our emergency SMS text service for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired. More>>