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We've put answers to over 1000 of the most frequently asked policing questions on our website. Browse our easy to use topic finder (above) to see if you can find your answer online today. 

Contact your local policing team

Select your district in the second box to find a list of police stations and how to email your local policing team.



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In an emergency, when life is in immediate danger or a crime is in progress, call 999.

For everything else...

See if you can find your answer online to help you save time - browse 1000 popular policing questions or visit our do it online section.

Otherwise call our non-urgent number, 101 (waiting times vary - busiest between 4pm to 8pm daily) or use the General Enquiries form on this page.

If you're calling from outside Kent please dial +441622 690690.

Note: your details may be passed to other public sector agencies to help with crime prevention, detection, safety and security.

Deaf or hard of hearing
If you're Deaf or hard of hearing you can also text 'Police' followed by your message to 60066.

Visit us

Address: Kent Police Headquarters, Sutton Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 9BZ

Please note: Post addressed to the Chief Constable will be assessed by his Staff Officer and if appropriate, allocated to the person who can best provide a response.

If you prefer, you are welcome to write to your local Commander.

To find postal addresses for police stations please visit Your Area and select your district (your district is the same as your local council).


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