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Contact Us

There are a number of ways you can contact the Police & Crime Commisisoner for Cleveland:

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You can write a Letter:

Write to Barry Coppinger,  Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, Cleveland Police Headquarters, Ladgate Lane, Middlesbrough TS8 9EH   (Please note this postcode is a PO Box. Please use TS5 7YZ if you are attending Cleveland Police Headquarters.) 


 

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You can send an Email:
PCC email address

Please note that emails to the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland are bound by our Social Media & Digital Communications Policy.

  


 

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You can Call or Fax the PCC:

General Office Telephone Numbers: 01642 301632 or 01642 301653          
(If  there is a specific issue and you would like to speak to a particular individual member of the PCC's staff, please see their contacts on the Office of the PCC page.)
To fax the PCC, please use the following fax number: 01642 301495 

  



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FOLLOW the Cleveland PCC on Twitter:

The PCC's Twitter feed is shown on the PCC's home page or click this link to view the @Cleveland_PCC Twitter page. Please note that all social media communication with the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland is bound by our Social Media & Digital Communications Policy.


 

 

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LIKE the Cleveland PCC on Facebook:

You can send a message to the PCC via the Cleveland PCC Facebook page. Please note that all social media communication with the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland is bound by our Social Media & Digital Communications Policy.  

 

 

 

 

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You can Contact the PCC Online:

Please complete and submit  the form below with your details. The Office of the PCC will contact you within FIVE WORKING DAYS with timescales regarding your request.

Please note that digital communication with the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland is bound by our Social Media & Digital Communications Policy.

 

 

  • Please DO NOT use this form to report a crime. Always contact Cleveland Police via 999 in an emergency or 101 in a non-emergency. The Commissioner cannot interfere with the operational independence of police officers.
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  • Have the issues you are raising been reported to the police OR have the police previously been involved with the issue you are raising?
  • The Office of the PCC and those to whom they direct enquiries may need to share information in order to respond to your enquiry. Please indicate your preference below regarding the sharing of your request.
  • Please click submit then wait for a confirmation message saying your form has been received.
    If this does not happen, please check to see if all required sections, selections or checkboxes have been completed.

 

 

 
 
 
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