Use Crimestoppers anonymous form to safely and securely pass information about crime.
Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of waste. You can report fly-tipping to your local council.
Action Fraud is the UK´s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime where you should report fraud if you have been scammed, defrauded or experienced cyber crime.
Your local council is usually responsible for removing graffiti from things like public buildings, monuments, benches and bins.
You can make a complaint about a South Wales Police officer or staff member via the online form.
If you’re having a issue with noise like loud music, rowdy parties or barking dogs, your council can help.
You can obtain a copy of your police national record from the ACRO Criminal Records Office.
If you have a video or photographs of someone driving dangerously, using a mobile phone, jumping a red light or any other form or unsafe driving – Report via the GoSafe website.
You can report someone you are concerned may be susceptible to radicalisation via the Prevent Referral online form.
If you’ve witnessed or been the victim of crime/ incident. You can now report non-emergency crime online. The information you provide helps keep South Wales safe.
You can report potholes and road repairs on roads by contacting your local council.
Your local council is responsible for the recovery of an abandoned vehicle e.g. dumped car.
You can report Hate Crime via the Victim Support online form.
You can say thank you to a South Wales Police officer or staff member via the online form.
If you wish to anonymously report a vehicle that appears to be untaxed and used/kept on the public road you may do so via the DLVA.
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