There are a number of ways you can contact Merseyside Police.
Call 999 if:
- A crime is happening now
- Someone is injured
- You or someone else is in danger
- The person who has committed the offence is still there or is nearby
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impediment click here for other services available:
If it's not an emergency or for general enquiries call 101*
*Calls to 101 cost 15 pence per call from landlines and mobiles - no matter how long you're on the phone.
If you're calling from outside Merseyside you can call us on 0151 709 6010.
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impediment, report a non-emergency using Typetalk on 18001 101.
You can contact us online by the following methods in non-emergency instances only:
- Online crime reporting form
- Our online feedback form
- Our online complaints form
- By emailing our secure email address: email@example.com
You can now report to us through Twitter for any non-emergency instances only: Please send a Direct Message to @MerPolCC on Twitter to contact us.
You can now report to us through Facebook for any non-emergency instances only: Please send a message to Merseyside Police CC on Facebook to contact us.
Merseyside Police has a designated media and corporate communications team which deals with media queries, campaigns, interviews and filming requests from local, regional and national media outlets.
The office is open from 7am - 6pm Monday to Friday. If you are an accredited journalist and need to contact the media office during office hours please call 0151 777 8566.
You can write to us at:
Crimestoppers - 0800 555 111
There may be times when you want to report an incident, or give us information to help us solve crimes, but you don't want anyone to know who you are.
If this is the case you can call Crimestoppers. They are a UK charity, independent of the police, which means if you call them, you won't have to give your name. It also means you won't have to give evidence or go to court.
You can also report to crimestoppers online using their secure form.
Ask The Police
Before contacting us for general enquiries, consider if your question can be answered by Ask The Police - the official FAQ police resource for England & Wales.