You can report problems about drug use or drug dealing by calling the police 101. If you think someone is in immediate danger, please call 999.
If the police have already taken some action or they are able to share information with us, we may be able to support you further. Please give us the names and log numbers of the police officers so that we can contact them.
If you feel that someone is using drugs in their own home, please report this to the police on 101. It is unlikely that we would be able to deal with this problem without the support of the police or another agency.
This is a serious issue and you should report this to the police. Please tell let us know the log number or the police officer you spoke to by using our online reporting form.
Cuckooing is where drug dealers take over someone’s home, often because a person is vulnerable and cannot stop this from happening. You may see different people coming and going from the home. If you are worried about someone's safety please report this to the police and let us know using our online reporting form.
County lines involves drug dealers from different areas moving into smaller towns. The dealers may take over a vulnerable person’s home. You may see different people coming and going from the home. County lines is a serious issue and you are worried please report this the police and let us know by using our online reporting form.
If you are concerned about underage drinking, or someone supplying alcohol to young people, please report this to the police by calling 101.
If you are concerned about people drinking alcohol and causing anti-social behaviour, please report this to us using our online reporting form.