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Reporting crime

There are a number of ways to report crimes or incidents, these are outlined below:

Emergencies

Dial 999 if:

  • A life is threatened.
  • People are injured.
  • A crime is in progress.
  • When the offenders are nearby.

Non urgent incidents

Call Surrey Police on 101 if:

  • There is no immediate danger to life.
  • The crime is not in progress and the offenders are not nearby.
  • You want to report anti social behaviour.

Online

Report minor crime online report theft and criminal damage

Report hate crime

In person

You can visit the local police station to report crimes.

Caterham Police station
Timberhill Road
Caterham CR3 6LD
Tel: 101

Opening hours:
8.30am-5pm Monday to Thursday and Friday and 8.30am to 4.30pm.  Closed weekends and public/bank holidays.

Station opening times depend on staff availability. Please call 101 for information.

Crime statistics

Visit Surrey Police for information about crime in your neighbourhood

Visit the Home Office website for a full range of details on crime statistics, local crime data and crime prevention advice. It allows users to search by postcode, analyse local crime figures and compare them to the national average. Users can also examine findings from the British Crime Survey (BCS), the most authoritative and reliable indicator of crime trends and look at police recorded crime statistics for each region and all of England and Wales.