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Last updated: 26 March 15:45
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Following government advice we are changing operating hours of our enquiry offices across the county and closing our enquiry offices in Lime Street, Bedford and Dunstable Police Station.
The changes will come into effect on Wednesday 25 March.
Luton Police Station
10am – 2pm
Dunstable Police Station
Lime Street, Bedford
If you’re in an emergency situation, need police help and are calling from your mobile phone, but can’t speak, Make Yourself Heard and let the 999 operator know your call is genuine. Call 999 and, if you cannot speak, press 55 on your mobile phone and you will be transferred through to the police. Pressing 55 does not allow police to track your location. Find out more about Make Yourself Heard by reading the guide.
Please use the form below to report a non-emergency crime. It is important to complete as much information as you can, providing specific detail where possible. You can use this form to report:
Please do not use this form if you are reporting a vehicle collision.
Once the form has been submitted all reports will be reviewed by our Crime Bureau and we will respond to you with a crime number within 24 hours.
To complete this form you will need:
If you want to report a road traffic collision you do not need to complete a crime report. If you have been involved in a road traffic collision and do not require immediate police attendance please report it online via the road traffic collision form.
To report non-emergency, anti-social, careless or reckless driving (a traffic offence) and if you do not have video evidence, please use this form. If you do have video evidence, please use this form.
Is a crime happening right now, is the suspect still at the scene, or is anyone seriously injured or in danger?
You can enter an address or click 'use my location' if the incident you wish to report is local to your current location. You can also drag the pin on the map to mark the approximate location, you will be able to give more details later.
Is the location above correct?
Do not continue with our online services.Please call 999 immediately.
We will use your email address to contact you with a crime number which will include your original report details.
It is the responsibility of the person reporting to ensure that the email address provided is accurate.
If we require further information we will contact you by your preferred contact method initially.
By submitting this form you confirm you have read the above and agree that you wish to receive your reference number by email and to be contacted should any further information be required.