You can report a non-emergency security problem by phone, email, or by completing the form below. These messages will be received on weekdays during working hours only, and you won’t get an immediate response.
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.
What should I do?
If a crime has happened, report it to the police on their non-emergency number, 101. Then contact Security to report it. The police will give you a crime report number, which you should share with Security.
If not, report the non-emergency directly to Security.
Remember: the non-emergency number is 0121 414 3000.
If you’re calling from an internal staff phone, it’s 43000.
To report a non-emergency by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.
What will happen next?
We’ll take appropriate action. We’ll also use your report to monitor the overall picture of security on and around campus. By reporting a non-emergency, you’ll be helping us track patterns of behaviour or areas of concern.
If you email us or complete the form, we may contact you to ask for more details. When you complete the online form, you’ll have the option to remain anonymous, and not to be contacted.
Report a non-emergency online
Please note: this form is for non-emergencies only. Your message will delivered on a weekday during office hours, and will not be seen immediately during these times. If Security attendance is required, please contact the Security Control Room on 0121 414 3000. If an emergency is happening right now, contact Security on 0121 414 4444