10. Dashboard camera

Operation Snap


What is Operation SNAP?

Operation Snap is a secure online facility which allows submissions of video and photographic evidence relating to driving incidents that members of the public have witnessed. Produced with the support of the Department for Transport.

Suffolk and Norfolk Constabularies are dedicated to working with partner agencies and members of the public to reduce the number of collisions on the counties’ roads. To review the Op SNAP submission and outcome statistics please see below: 

Quarter 1 - 2021

Quarter 2 - 2021 

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What can I report?

Please note, due to our mandatory time constraints, you have 7 days from the date of the alleged offence / incident to submit the report and complete your statement and upload the footage. Any reports received after 7 days or if the footage and statement are not uploaded within 7 days, no further action will be taken by OP SNAP 

Please note this reporting system is for driving offences only.  If you are witnessing a crime in progress please ring 999. If you have captured a crime on camera please use the online crime reporting form below. 

If you would like to report a minor damage only RTC, including a non-stop RTC, please click here.


I have footage of a driving offence

  • If you have captured footage of a driving offence, which you believe requires our attention – please complete the online form below.
  • DO NOT post your footage on social media – if you have already done this please remove it immediately.
  • We will respond to you with an email containing instructions of how to upload your footage to us and when the footage has been assessed, keep you updated with the decision.


Frequently Asked Questions

To see a list of FAQs please click here


Dashcam submission Form


Following this online submission, you will be sent an email requesting a statement from you and the footage.  If you are not willing to attend court and potentially give evidence, we will not be able to proceed even if you send in the footage.

If you do not know the Vehicle Registration Mark we will be unable to proceed.

Any information provided by you will be treated in strict confidence. The information you provide will be placed on computer and protected by provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018.

Did you try to report this incident via the 101 number?
Are you willing to provide a statement and potentially attend court?

More information can be found underneath the "Frequently Asked Questions" heading on this page.