Report a non-emergency

It doesn’t have to be an emergency for us to support you. Give us a call whenever you to on 0121 414 3000 (43000 if dialling internally) or report to us online.  Alternatively, report an incident via the SafeZone app.

You can also contact the police about non-emergencies by dialling 101.

What is a non-emergency?

Any situation you think needs our attention, but doesn’t pose an immediate risk to the life, safety or security of a person or property. Examples might include a crime that’s already happened, such as discovering your bike has been stolen overnight.

Looking for additional support?

There are plenty of free and confidential services you can check out or get in touch with on campus and beyond:

  • UK Anti-Terrorism Hotline – if you’ve seen or heard something that could be terrorist activity, call 0800 789 321 (textphone 0800 032 4539 for those with hearing difficulties).
  • Crimestoppers – if you’d like to report information about a crime, no matter how old, you can contact 0800 555 111. All calls are anonymous and you don’t have to give your name.
  • The NHS website – tips on wellbeing, healthy living and more, plus who to contact if you need medical advice or help. Alternatively, give 101 a call for 24/7 health advice.
  • Student Support at the University – a range of services that can support you with everything from navigating student life to living well during your time with us.  
  • Guild Advice – a service run by the Guild’s Education and Welfare advisors who can offer you practical advice on housing, wellbeing, international support, and more.
  • Birmingham Nightline – a listening and advice service run by students, for students. Non-advisory and non-judgemental, Nightline’s ideal if you want someone to talk to.
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