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Reporting Crime to the Police

Overview

Members of the public are encouraged to report to the police any crime or suspicious incident. If you have been the victim of crime, have witnessed a crime or would like to report that a crime has been committed there are several ways to do it.

You will be asked the following;

  • Nature of the incident
  • Time of incident
  • Location (i.e. plot number, street, H/No or any nearest land mark)
  • Identity of the suspect or physical description of the suspect
  • Any weapons used
  • Other witnesses where possible
Who is eligible?
  • Victim of Crime
  • Witness of crime
  • Or any member of the public
How do I get this service?
  • Contact the nearest police station, police post or any police establishment
  • Call 999 
  • Report to any police officer in proximity
What supporting documents are required?

None

How long will this service take?

Our standards for responding after receiving a report are :

  • 16 minutes in urban areas
  • 60 minutes in other areas
How much does it cost?

Free

Where can I obtain this service?

Any police station or police post

Where can I get more information on this Service

Any police station, post or police establishment

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