In an emergency you should always call 9 9 9 but if it's not urgent, here's where to get in touch.
In an emergency, you should always call 999.
If you have difficulty hearing or speaking, you can contact 999:
- by text relay on 18000
- by sending a text message to 999 (you will need to register with the emergency SMS service first)
You should use these numbers if:
- a fire is happening right now
- someone is in immediate danger, or there is a risk of serious damage to property.
- there is a traffic collision which may involve injury or danger to other road users
If you wish to raise a matter which is national in nature, please email the Home Office on firstname.lastname@example.org
You should contact your local fire and rescue service if you want to comment on the service you received, need fire safety advice, are looking for a job or you want them to attend a local event.