Nottinghamshire Police

Sherwood Lodge Drive
Nottingham     NG5 8PP

Phone: 115-9670999

Nottinghamshire Police

We cannot take reports of crime through Facebook.

In an emergency, if a life is in danger or a crime is in progress, call us on 999.

For other less urgent matters, you can contact us by calling 101.

You can visit us in person - to find out where your local police station is or to find out who your local officers are, visit http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/local/

You can tell us what is important to you and what issues you would like us to focus on by completing our online survey at http://www.neighbourhoodprioritysurvey.co.uk/

Sign up for the latest news and alerts from your local policing team at http://www.nottinghamshirealert.co.uk/

Please feel free to send us a private message or post on our wall, however we can't guarantee that all messages will be responded to. Our Facebook page isn't monitored 24/7 but it is monitored regularly.

We use social and digital media to communicate with the public and enhance the way we have conversations with the people we serve.

We use several platforms to achieve this, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, AudioBoo, Pinterest and CoverItLive.

Content, such as appeals for information, images of suspects, missing person appeals, daily news items, images, video and audio, are posted on Facebook.

We do this for a variety of reasons - to seek your help in fighting crime, to raise awareness of issues that could affect you and to keep you informed of news from the force.

Every day we are communicating with around 30,000 people using social and digital media and we encourage you to communicate with us using these channels.

What we expect from you

1. Never use social and digital media channels to report a crime or information about criminal activity to us. Please call us on 999 in an emergency or 101 when it’s less urgent to report a crime. You can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to report information about criminal activity.

2. Do not post messages or content that could be deemed to be:

Abusive
Defamatory
Hateful
Racially offensive
Sexually offensive
Obscene
Inflammatory
Unlawful

3. We want everyone to feel comfortable using our sites to communicate with us so please do not swear in your posts or post anything distasteful.

4. Do not use our sites for posting spam or adverts for products or services you or your business offers.

5. Do not post your personal details, such as your address or phone number, when posting publicly on our sites. If you have contacted us and an officer or staff member wants to contact you in return offline, they will privately message you, if possible, asking for your contact details. Only provide these if you are comfortable doing so.

6. Do not post any material that you do not own the copyright to.

7. Do not pretend to be someone else.

We reserve the right to remove posts or block any users that breach these guidelines, without explanation, and change our guidelines at any time and without notice.

What you can expect from us

How often will I see your updates?

If you ‘Like’ us on Facebook, you can expect to see several updates daily – more frequently on weekdays, but also at weekends.

If there is a major incident that affects a lot of people in Nottinghamshire, or an emergency situation where getting accurate information and instructions to you quickly is essential, we will use Facebook and Twitter as the main platforms for distributing that information. Much of the information will contain links back to the force website for a more detailed explanation.

Will you reply to me?

If you post on our Facebook page, you can expect a response, if required and appropriate, but we cannot reply to everyone who posts to us and it may not always be possible to reply immediately. When we are not going to be able to monitor our Facebook account for a considerable amount of time (for example, over the weekend) we will endeavour to let you know, explaining when we will be back online.

There are some topics or cases that we will not be able to discuss due to a number of reasons, including criminal proceedings being active or investigations being under way. If this is the case, we will tell you.

Want to make a complaint about Nottinghamshire Police?

You can find all the information on how you can complain here: http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/site-page/complaints

Latest news and updates from Nottinghamshire Police. In an emergency call 999 and for less urgent matters dial 101. We cannot take reports of crime via FB.

We cannot take reports of crime through Facebook.

In an emergency, if a life is in danger or a crime is in progress, call us on 999.

For other less urgent matters, you can contact us by calling 101.

You can visit us in person - to find out where your local police station is or to find out who your local officers are, visit http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/local/

You can tell us what is important to you and what issues you would like us to focus on by completing our online survey at http://www.neighbourhoodprioritysurvey.co.uk

Sign up for the latest news and alerts from your local policing team at http://www.nottinghamshirealert.co.uk

Please feel free to send us a private message or post on our wall, however we can't guarantee that all messages will be responded to. Our Facebook page isn't monitored 24/7 but it is monitored regularly.

We use social and digital media to communicate with the public and enhance the way we have conversations with the people we serve.

We use several platforms to achieve this, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, AudioBoo, Pinterest and CoverItLive.

Content, such as appeals for information, images of suspects, missing person appeals, daily news items, images, video and audio, are posted on Facebook.

We do this for a variety of reasons - to seek your help in fighting crime, to raise awareness of issues that could affect you and to keep you informed of news from the force.

Every day we are communicating with around 30,000 people using social and digital media and we encourage you to communicate with us using these channels.

What we expect from you

1. Never use social and digital media channels to report a crime or information about criminal activity to us. Please call us on 999 in an emergency or 101 when it’s less urgent to report a crime. You can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to report information about criminal activity.

2. Do not post messages or content that could be deemed to be:

Abusive
Defamatory
Hateful
Racially offensive
Sexually offensive
Obscene
Inflammatory
Unlawful

3. We want everyone to feel comfortable using our sites to communicate with us so please do not swear in your posts or post anything distasteful.

4. Do not use our sites for posting spam or adverts for products or services you or your business offers.

5. Do not post your personal details, such as your address or phone number, when posting publicly on our sites. If you have contacted us and an officer or staff member wants to contact you in return offline, they will privately message you, if possible, asking for your contact details. Only provide these if you are comfortable doing so.

6. Do not post any material that you do not own the copyright to.

7. Do not pretend to be someone else.

We reserve the right to remove posts or block any users that breach these guidelines, without explanation, and change our guidelines at any time and without notice.

What you can expect from us

How often will I see your updates?

If you ‘Like’ us on Facebook, you can expect to see several updates daily – more frequently on weekdays, but also at weekends.

If there is a major incident that affects a lot of people in Nottinghamshire, or an emergency situation where getting accurate information and instructions to you quickly is essential, we will use Facebook and Twitter as the main platforms for distributing that information. Much of the information will contain links back to the force website for a more detailed explanation.

Will you reply to me?

If you post on our Facebook page, you can expect a response, if required and appropriate, but we cannot reply to everyone who posts to us and it may not always be possible to reply immediately. When we are not going to be able to monitor our Facebook account for a considerable amount of time (for example, over the weekend) we will endeavour to let you know, explaining when we will be back online.

There are some topics or cases that we will not be able to discuss due to a number of reasons, including criminal proceedings being active or investigations being under way. If this is the case, we will tell you.

Want to make a complaint about Nottinghamshire Police?

You can find all the information on how you can complain here: http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/site-page/complaints

To be the best performing police force in England and Wales by 2015.

We will achieve this by:

Cutting crime and keeping you safe
Spending your money wisely
Earning your trust and confidence

To find out more about our values, visit http://www.nottingham

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