- Do not use the tip-off service for emergencies.The police emergency number is 112.
- If you have specific information about a crime, or suspect that someone is in danger, please phone your local police at 02800.
- Using this tip-off service is not the same as filing a report about a crime.
- You don't have to provide contact details, but the police would like to be able to get in touch with you.
- If somebody's life is at risk, the police may be able to identify the device from which a tip-off was sent.
- Deliberately misinforming the police is a criminal offence.
Tip-off Norwegian Police
Suspicions relating to financial crime, undeclared work, violence and threats, rape, illegal drugs, drunk driving and other situations.
Sexual exploitation of children on the Internet
Tell the police if you suspect instances of grooming, sexual blackmail or sexually degrading or offensive conduct on the Internet.
Information about suspicious transactions, theft, or disappearance of chemicals that can be used to produce explosives.
Radicalisation and violent extremism on the Internet
Tell the police about usage of violence for political, ideological or religious reasons.
Online hate speech
Tell us about any site posting threats or hate speech targeting skin colour, ethnic background, religion, outlook, homosexual orientation or disability.
Trafficking in human beings
Human trafficking is transnational, organised, and criminal. It may involve trade of children, organ trade, forced labour, and sexual exploitation.
Tell the police about crime connected with the capture, landing, production, transport, export and sale of fish and fish products.