In this section you can find the different ways you can help shape policing and get involved in our work.
There are many ways that you can take part in our work and let us know your views on policing.
- Attend any of our events or event we are are attending to tell us your views face to face
- Tweet us or contact us on Facebook
- Subscribe to the PCC's regular newsletter to keep up to date with our work signing up to Devon and Cornwall Alert
- Subscribe to be notified of consultations about policing issues by emailing our office or by calling 01392 225555
- If you are interested in becoming a Councillor Adovcate, please emailing our office or by calling 01392 225555
- If you are intertested in becoming a Independent Custody Visitor, please emailing our office or by calling 01392 225555
In 2014 we were very proud to receive a national award for the engagement work we do across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. We were Commended by the Comparison of Police and Crime Commissioners (CoPaCC) in their Public Engagement Awards 2014.
In 2016 and 2017 CoPaCC awarded the office its Transparency Quality Mark.
- There are various methods to report a non-emergency crime, You can email Devon and Cornwall Police, call 101, report a crime online or webchat through the Devon and Cornwall Police website.
- In an emergency, dial 999
- If you would like to report a crime anonymously, please contact Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111
- You can report fraud or cyber crime to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040
- To keep up to date with the work of Devon and Cornwall Police, sign up to Devon and Cornwall Alert
- If you are know or care for someone with Dementia, sign up to the Herbert Protocol via the Devon and Cornwall Police website
- Keep up to date with all volunteering and recruitment opportunities with Devon and Cornwall Police via their website
- If you are a victim of crime, you can find help and support through the Victim Care Unit