Report a crime online

Is it an emergency?  Remember, if someone is in danger and you need immediate support please call 999 now.

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:

  • Assault
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Anti-Social Driving
  • Damage
  • Fraud
  • Harassment
  • Theft
  • Vehicle Collision

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Beds Alert is a crime and community information messaging system run by Bedfordshire Police, which offers residents details about crime and events in their local area.

The service is free to everyone.

  •  You can receive information electronically via email direct to your computer, view messages online, and once logged in, can also tailor your settings to detail exactly what type of messages you want to receive.
  •  Receive crime reduction advice and help tackle crime in your local area

 You can join Beds Alert by applying online here 

You may also find it more useful to use the POLICE.UK or CrimeStats websites that provide comprehensive reports on a range of criminal activity in your area.  See here for more details.

New policing presence launches in Leighton Buzzard

Leighton Buzzard will see an increased police presence thanks to the launch of a brand new policing team.

Operation Sentinel is a forcewide commitment to tackling anti-social behaviour.   

The team will be carrying out targeted police patrols in the community, addressing the priority issues that matter most to residents.  

You can contact the Operation Sentinel team by emailing

Bedfordshire Police is continuing its crackdown on off-road bikers 

Operation Meteor is designed to allow residents in anti-social behaviour hotspot areas to submit in-depth descriptions of the activity and culprits they witness, as well as any photographs and video they may have of off-road bikers.
Residents can email with information

Bedfordshire Police is on the hunt for more Speedwatch volunteers.

Community Speedwatch allows members of the public to get actively involved in monitoring the speed of vehicles travelling through their neighbourhoods.  Anyone can participate, volunteers must be 18 or over and full training will be given.
To find out more about becoming a volunteer, email