101 is the national non-emergency number to contact Police in your area. Residents in the Kent policing area should call 101 to contact their local officer, make an enquiry and to report non-urgent crimes.
REMEMBER – ONLY dial 999 in an emergency when life is in danger or a crime is in progress.
Examples when to use 101 are:
- if your car has been stolen,
- if property has been damaged,
- if you suspect drug use or dealing,
- to report a minor traffic collision,
- to give information about a crime or criminals in your local area.
Each call will never cost more than 15p. Callers will be put through to Force Control Room in Kent and not a national call centre.
Community Policing Volunteers
Kent Police are looking for volunteers to play a new role in community policing. Could this be you? If so, please follow the link below: