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Being a victim of crime, or witnessing a crime can be a traumatic experience for anyone. We have gathered together a range of information to try to help you to deal with such an experience.

 

In an emergency you should always dial 999.
 

999 should only be used when:

 

  • there is a danger to life or risk of injury being caused, such as a serious road accident or assault
  • a crime is in progress, such as a robbery, burglary or theft, and the offender is still on the scene or has only just left the area
  • the immediate attendance of police officer is necessary - such as someone acting suspiciously and obviously about to commit a crime.
For all other General Police enquiries, telephone : 08453 30 20 10
 

Links

 
South Staffordshire Community Safety Portal - This information portal is under development, but will provide a great source of information relating to crime prevention and community safety.
 

Victim Support LogoVictim Support is the national charity which helps people affected by crime. They provide free and confidential support to help you deal with your experience, whether or not you report the crime.

 

 

 

 

 

Contacts

 
If you experience any problems with the links on this page then please contact us and we will aim to rectify any problem(s) as soon as possible.
 
Email: webteam@sstaffs.gov.uk

 

 

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