Cambridgeshire Police update their website for non emergency online crime reporting

Cambridgeshire Police launch a new website so people can report non emergency crime online.

Cambridgeshire Police launch a new website so people can report non emergency crime online. - Credit: Archant

Police have launched a new website which they say will change the way they communicate with people.

Key features include non emergency crime reporting and chat pages, a postcode search for information, an A-Z area of crime prevention advice and an easier search bar.

Chief Constable Alec Wood said: “It’s great to see the force moving in line with the modern world. The new site will help us communicate and engage with the public in a modern and effective way and accommodate those who prefer to self-serve and interact with us online rather than via 101.

“The website is still a work in progress and will continue to be developed but I hope you find it useful and please feel free to take a look and let us know what you think by completing our short feedback form.”

Web Project Lead, superintendent Nick Lyall said: “We’re excited to have launched the new website and encourage you to take a look.

“The new and improved site aims to help the people of Cambridgeshire easily access information and carry out a range of activities online, 24/7.

“Our non-emergency online forms and web-chat service aims to reduce the need for people to call 101, leaving our call handlers with more time to deal with matters that can’t be handled online.

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“We’ve also worked to ensure the websites are more accessible and user-friendly with updated and refreshed content readily available throughout.”

Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite said: “It’s important the Constabulary is as accessible and available to the public as possible and I’m glad to see the new website offers some fantastic online facilities to help achieve this.”

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