Crime and disorder
Tackling crime and disorder is not just the job of the police - we all need to play a part in making our communities safer. If it’s to be effective, cutting crime and the fear of crime needs to involve everyone - residents, employers, visitors.
In the Royal Borough different agencies such as the police, fire, probation and housing associations along with the council are committed to doing just that - working together to make the borough an even safer place to live, work and visit.
Report a crime
Crimes should be reported to Thames Valley Police.
999 – For emergency situations e.g. if a crime is in progress
101 – for all other situations
On line reporting of non-emergency crimes http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/.
Anonymous crime reporting
Phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 (You do not have to leave your name and you could receive a reward).
Organise or take part in a community watch programme to protect your neighbourhood. An alert community is a safe community. To sign up to Thames Valley Alert (formerly community messaging) visit their website.
Below are details of useful community safety related organisations. Please note the borough is not responsible for the content of external sites.
- Suzy Lamplugh Trust.
Trust established to promote all aspects of personal safety - founded over 20 years ago by Diana and Paul Lamplugh following the disappearance of their daughter Suzy.
- Caroline's Rainbow Foundation.
Is a registered charity in the UK which sets out to raise the awareness of the importance of personal safety amongst young travellers, gap year students and backpackers by recognising and prioritising life's values.
- Crimestoppers .
Is an independent charity working to fight crime. You can call 0800 555 111 to pass on information about crime anonymously.
- Neighbourhood Watch.
- Protecting your home.