Contacting us is easy. Please choose the most suitable way depending on the urgency and type of request.
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In an emergency always dial 999.
For all non-emergency calls, please dial 101.
For more information on the 101 service please click here.
Contacting Lancashire Police if you are outside Lancashire — The 101 service always tries to put you through to the police force in the area where you are calling from. If you are outside Lancashire, you can still call us using 101. Simply call 101, listen to the message then select the option to 'choose another police force'. If Lancashire Police is not on the automated list, please choose the option to speak to an operator. Ask the operator for Lancashire Police.
Contacting Lancashire Police if you can't access 101 — Some business switchboards in England block 101. It is also not available in Scotland, and may not be in Northern Ireland. Please contact us by calling 0845 1253545 or 01772 614444. Calling either of these numbers from some pre-pay mobile phones can be expensive so we would recommend you use 101 if possible because it never cost more than 15p, no matter how long your call lasts.
Contacting Lancashire Police from outside the United Kingdom — Please contact us by dialling
(+44) 1772 614444
If you have a general question, you may find the answer on this official police website.
If you wish to contact a Police Officer directly you can use the form here
You can email departments using the form below by selecting the department you require in the dropdown box
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired please contact the 999 emergency services by SMS text from your mobile phone.
But please be aware that to use this service you must be registered.
Register now: don’t wait for an emergency.
To register, text ‘register’ to 999. You will get a reply and be asked to follow the instructions.
This service works throughout the UK on all mobile networks, but it cannot be used from abroad.
View a list of Police Stations.