Reporting

Report any crime or suspicious activity to police – no matter how small you believe it is. Your information may be the missing piece the police require to identify an offender/s.

If you want to report a crime or have information about a crime it is really important to pass this information on. Sometimes it can be hard to decide if the information you have is important or to come forward. But if no one reports a crime, then it is as if it never happened. The criminal is free to commit more crime and the Police have no information in order to solve a crime or make an arrest.

Listed below is information on the various reporting avenues available.

When Do I Call Crime Stoppers?

  • To report suspicious behaviour or activity (Non Urgent).
  • To report persons believed to have committed an offence.
  • To supply information which may lead to the arrest of an offender.
  • When you want to remain anonymous.

How do I contact Crime Stoppers?

When Do I Call 131 444?

  • For non-urgent Police attendance.
  • To have a Police report obtained for offences committed against yourself.
  • For all other Police enquiries not of an urgent nature.

You can also contact your local Police station for police assistance.

When Do I Call 000?

  • For all emergencies including Police, Fire and Ambulance
  • For urgent Police attendance
  • Where life or property is threatened or in danger