How do I submit intelligence?
It is really important that you provide as much accurate information as you can. Don’t assume that a particular piece of information is not relevant.
The best way to capture accurate information, is to write down the details of an incident as soon as you witness it, so that it is still fresh in your mind. For example: description of the person, clothing colour, time, car registration etc.
Why is accuracy so important?
Bear in mind that your information helps the Police with their investigations, and there is a possibility that the information you submit could result in an offender being brought to justice.
Contacting Merseyside Police
There are various ways to report crime to Merseyside Police. It is very important to dial the correct number when reporting crime, as using the wrong number could block the line when emergency calls are trying to get through, and could also take up valuable Police time.
When to dial 999
- If it is an emergency
- When there is a danger to life
- When a crime is in progress
When to dial 101
- When a Police Officer is required
- To report a crime
- To report an incident
When to dial Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111
- To report a crime or other incident anonymously
- To report any suspicious behaviour
Crimestoppers pay cash rewards of up to £1,000 if the information you give to them leads to one or more people being arrested and charged.