3. Report it - Criminal damageUse this service to report non-emergency damage or destruction of buildings, vehicles or property 1 Start 2 Your personal details 3 About the crime 4 Suspects and CCTV evidence 5 Additional information 6 Privacy and declaration 7 Important 8 Preview 9 Complete Start 0% of form completed. This form should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.Call 999 immediately if:The crime is still in progressSomeone's injured, being threatened or in imminent dangerThe offender is still at the scene. What do I need?Your personal details, including your address and postcodeDetails of the crime - when and where it happenedDescription of the items damagedAs a victim of crime you may be contacted following your report to complete a satisfaction survey about the service provided.If you're unsure if you should be reporting to the police, you can check if it's a police matter here. Please confirm this report is not urgent as stated above * This report is not urgent Was the crime committed in Norfolk? * Yes No This crime cannot be reported to Norfolk Police. Find the force here where the offence took place. Was the damage caused by a collision involving another vehicle? * Yes No You cannot report damage caused by a vehicle via this form. Please report this here.