Reporting a Crime
It is important that crime is reported. You don't need to feel afraid or embarrassed to call for help or report a crime. Our Officers take all calls seriously and are specially trained to help people in many different and difficult situations.
You can be assured that we will maintain your confidentiality and deal with personal matters with sensitivity. Your welfare is our primary concern.
Call Police on one of the numbers below or call into your local police station.
If you suspect that a crime is in progress, or if you suspect, have just seen, or have just been involved in a crime, then phone the police on the emergency number 000.
About 000 tells you more about what happens when you call this number and lists examples of the types of crime that may be considered to be an emergency.
Police Assistance 131 444
For non-emergency comments or enquiries, call the Police Assistance number 131 444.
Crime Stoppers 1 800 333 000
Crime Stoppers is a highly successful initiative that involves the police, the media and the community working together to help solve and prevent crime.
If you know anything about any criminal activity or unsolved crime you can call Crime Stoppers on:
1 800 333 000 24 hours a day seven days a week (calls are free, except from mobiles) or visit www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au
You don't have to give your name and you can speak confidentially to a member of the South Australia Police.
National Security Hotline
Every piece of information that we receive from members of the public today could prove to be invaluable in keeping Australia safe from terrorism tomorrow. It is often the details that make the biggest difference. So if you see or hear something that just doesn't feel right, please call the National Security Hotline and keep the information flowing.
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