Police Auction Houses & Auction Books

Further information about selected UK Police Auctions is listed below. However this information is subject to change, often at short notice, and to obtain details of ALL Police Auctions in the UK we recommend using the national Police & Government Auctions List.

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Details of auction houses whom regularly dispose of unwanted police property can be found below. For a full list see the Police Auction Guide.

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Scottish Forces

Force Name Description Location
Grampian Police Items from Police Lost & Found Property. The ANM Group Ltd, Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5XZ.
Scotland Telephone +44 (0) 1467 623700
http://www.goanm.co.uk/
Email:enquiries@goanm.co.uk
Tayside Police Items from Police Lost & Found Property. Curr & Dewar Auction Rooms, Ward Road, Dundee. DD1 1LX.
01382 224185.
Email:derek@curranddewar-auction.totalserve.co.uk

English Forces

Force Name Description Location
Avon and Somerset Police Electrical and household goods, tools, gardening equipment and pedal cycles. Greenslade, Taylor & Hunt, Magdalene House, Magdalene Street, Taunton. Somerset. TA1 1SB.
Phone: 01823 332525
Fax: 01823 353120
Email: fine.art@gth.net
http://www.gth.net
Cambridgeshire Police General property and effects. Ramsay Auction Rooms, Units 9 & 10, The Northern Mill, Field Road, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1AJ
Tel: 01487 710104
Fax: 01487 711833
E-mail: cambsauctions@yahoo.com
http://www.auctions.freeserve.co.uk
Devon and Cornwall Constabulary Online UK Police Property Disposal site. http://www.bumblebeeauctions.co.uk/
Merseyside Police Electrical and household goods, tools, gardening equipment and pedal cycles. Hartleys, 12-14 Moss Street, Low Hill, Liverpool, L6 1HF
0151-2631865
Surrey Police Online UK Police Property Disposal site http://www.bumblebeeauctions.co.uk/
Warwickshire Police Mountain, ladies and childrens cycles in a variety of sizes, jewellery, watches, prams, CDs, DVDs and videos. Philip Brothers Auction House, The Sale Room, Bearley Road Snitterfield Stratford-on-avon Warwickshire CV37 0EZ
Tel: 01789 731114
Fax: 01789 731114
West Midlands Police Electrical and household goods, tools, gardening equipment and pedal cycles. Biddle & Webb Ladywood Middleway, Birmingham. B16 OPP
Tel: 0121 4558042
http://www.biddleandwebb.co.uk
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