To report a crime or suspicious behavior, telephone 911 or contact the local police or NHSP Troop location in your area by dialing (800) 525-5555 or *77. The New Hampshire House of Representatives monitors and reviews all comments made or posted on this page. The New Hampshire Police Department cannot respond to every comment/report, but will review as many as possible.
Report it anonymously to Crimestoppers by dialing 0800 555 111 or visiting https://crimestoppers-uk.org. Contact Citizens Advice's consumer hotline at 03454 04 05 06. Or contact your local Citizens' Advice Bureau.
There are various ways to report a crime:
City Rank in New Hampshire Crime Index
|Rank||Crime Index ▲||City / Population|
|4.||241||New London, NH / 1,470|
Annual Crimes in New Hampshire
|Number of Crimes||2,074||18,516|
|Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)||1.53||13.62|
If the crime is not an emergency, report it online or by phoning 101. You may also phone 101 to report a crime or initiate a police inquiry.
A crime stopper can be used to help identify people involved in crimes against you. After your case is closed, information from the crime stoppers program may be made available to other law enforcement agencies.
Crime stoppers information is kept confidential at all times. If you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Your tip will be kept confidential and you may be eligible for a cash reward.
There are several ways to report a crime to the NSW Police Force: If you are not in danger and do not require an immediate police response, call the NSW Police Assistance Line (PAL) at 131 444. You may want to call or visit your local police station to talk with a police officer. Or you can submit an online crime report.
When making a crime report, it is important to give as much information about the incident as possible. This includes what time of day it occurred, where it happened, who was involved, and what type of crime was committed.
Crime reports help officers work out which crimes are most urgent in their area and allow them to focus their resources on these incidents. Knowing what kind of crime has been committed also helps officers identify any patterns that may need further investigation. For example, if robberies are happening in your neighborhood, this would be a good indication that there is likely a group of people committing these crimes.
Reports can only be made online at www.police.nsw.gov.au/reporta crime. You will need to provide your name and address, and select the type of crime that was committed. There are four options for reporting crimes: Online crime reports can be made at any time but are most useful after hours or if you have not found a policeman. During business hours you can report crimes by calling 131 444.
Going to your local police station or calling the local police operator on a non-emergency line is the simplest approach to report a crime. Most of the time, your report may be taken over the phone and followed up on afterwards. Some police departments offer an online crime reporting system, which you might be able to discover on the internet.
If you know where the item was stolen from, write down the license plate number. This will help police find the car and its owner if it's parked in a public place.
Police can also use your eyewitness account to identify suspects. If you see someone being arrested for another crime, call out their name so that officers know who they're looking for.
Finally, take down the offender's description including tattoos, scars, and anything unusual about their appearance. This information can help officers locate them later.
CrimeStoppers offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in any crime. You can call CrimeStoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477), submit a tip online at www.crime-stoppers.org, or send a text message with "CSTOPP" plus your tip to CRIMES (274637). CrimeStoppers pays for all calls made to its hotline number.