Have you reported a crime and hope to get a regular update into our investigation?
Our TrackMyCrime service allows victims of crime to receive updates and also send messages to officers using a simple webpage.
In today’s world where you can easily do your banking, book a holiday or buy your weekly shop online, it makes sense to get investigation updates over the internet too.
That is exactly why we created TrackMyCrime – to enable victims and the police to communicate while making it as convenient as possible for both parties. The website launched in 2010 and since then has been adopted by a number of different forces around the country.
To begin using TrackMyCrime, the officer in your case will take your email address to register you with the site and will give you a crime reference number. You will then receive an email containing a link to the secure webpage. Using your personal details and the crime reference number, you can then login.
Benefits of using TrackMyCrime include:
"It is as simple to use as online banking and we hope more victims of crime will see the advantages of registering with TrackMyCrime."
Chief Inspector Kevin Thatcher said: “TrackMyCrime is there to make life easier for the public and our officers.
“Victims can log on to the site whenever is convenient to them rather than having to call 101 or wait for an officer to be on duty to get an update or get a message to them.
“It is as simple to use as online banking and we hope more victims of crime will see the advantages of registering with TrackMyCrime. Please ask the officer or call handler you talk to about TrackMyCrime.”
For more details about TrackMyCrime and how to use the service visit our TrackMyCrime page.