Reporting problems and crime

Reporting crime and antisocial behaviour

If a crime is taking place or anyone is in immediate danger always call 999.

If it is a non emergency or you would like to report any antisocial behaviour call the police on 101 (available 24 hours a day, seven days a week) or contact your local Safer Neighbourhoods Team. You can also use this number to contact your local police station or get advice and information on policing matters.

You can also report minor or non-urgent crime online.

Closure of Chelsea Police Station

Chelsea Police Station closed on Monday 1 December 2014. A decision to close Chelsea Police Station was taken by The Mayors' Office for Policing & Crime (MOPAC) some months ago.
 
The Metropolitan Police Service have opened a new Contact Point for the public in World's End for the short term, whilst another permanent location is being redeveloped. Notting Hill Police Station is open to the public 24 hours a day, Kensington Police Station is open 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday. Full details can be found on Metropolitan Police Service - Kensington and Chelsea page.

The Metropolitan Police Service regret any inconvenience this closure may cause to the public. Local policing teams are still operating in the Chelsea area 24 hours a day.

Report crime anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers by phone on 0800 555 111 or visit Crimestoppers.

Community Trigger and Antisocial Behaviour

The Community Trigger is a process you can use if you have reported antisocial behaviour and you believe that no action has been taken. It gives victims and communities the right to demand that persistent antisocial behaviour is dealt with.

The Community Trigger launches in Kensington and Chelsea on Monday 20 October 2014. More information is available on the Community Trigger page.

Report a problem

You can report a range of community safety related problems online.

 

Learn more about how the Council and police are tackling crime and antisocial behaviour through: 

 

Remember for all police emergencies call 999