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If you think someone is in danger you can report them missing right away.
If the missing person is in immediate danger, is a young child or vulnerable to harm, call 999 now.
If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use our textphone service 18000 or text us on 999 if you’ve pre-registered with the emergencySMS service.
If you don’t think they are in immediate danger you can:
Your report will be dealt with by our control room in exactly the same way whether you report it online or call 101.
If you report online you will get an email confirming that we've got your report and telling you what will happen next.
And you may find it easier to answer the questions online at your own pace.
Report a missing person online
If you are worried about someone's safety, do not hesitate to tell us. It is not wasting police time to report someone missing. We are here to protect you and your loved ones.
If you don't think someone is in immediate danger, before you report someone missing you should:
If you can, make a note of everything you do.
Leave the missing person's room and things alone in case we need to take a DNA sample.
A missing person will not be in trouble or be arrested for going missing. Our first concern is for the missing person's wellbeing.
It is not wasting police time to report someone missing. You won't be in trouble for reporting someone missing.