Contact

The APCC is the national membership body for Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), and other local policing bodies across England and Wales. We help PCCs to provide national leadership and influence change in the policing and criminal justice landscape.

Our contact details are below but please note we are unable to respond to your email if it relates to:

  • Reports of crime: To report a crime, please contact your local police force, or dial 101 if you do not require an emergency response. You should always call 999 in an emergency.
  • Suggestions or complaints about how your local area is policed: To make a suggestion or a complaint about how your local area is policed, please contact your local PCC/police governance body. You can find your local PCC on this website.
  • Complaints regarding police officers or staff: If you would like to make a complaint about either police officers or staff working for a police force, then please visit the Independent Office For Police Conduct website for more information at www.policeconduct.gov.uk/
  • Complaints about PCCs and other police governance bodies: To do this, please contact the Police & Crime Panel for your area. Information on this will be provided by your local council.

If we are otherwise able to respond to your enquiry, we will endeavour to get back to you within 20 working days.

Contact details

Tel: 020 7222 4296

Fax: 020 7222 4157

Email: enquiries@apccs.police.uk

Twitter: @AssocPCCs

For media enquiries contact: media@apccs.police.uk

The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
Lower Ground
5-8 The Sanctuary
Westminster
London SW1P 3JS

Please note our team is currently working from home in accordance with Government guidelines. As a result, post is not being routinely opened.

Company Number: 05214716

The APCC is a transparent organisation and complies with the new Data Protection Regulations. 

More information about the sort of personal data we hold, our purpose and lawful basis for doing so and who we share personal information with can be found in our privacy statement.

The GDPR gives you rights about what happens to your personal data and you have the right to object to us processing your personal information. Information on how to do this is included in our privacy statement.

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