Think first then dial
 
Triple Zero
Police, Fire, Ambulance
in an emergency
 
131 444
Police Assistance Line
for non-urgent police assistance
 
1800 333 000
Crime Stoppers
report crime anonymously

Make a report to the police

Report an incident to South Australia Police (SAPOL) including traffic incidents, lost or stolen property, suspicious activity, and missing persons.

If you already have a Police Incident Report (PIR) you can check the status of your report via the Track My Crime link.

Report a vehicle crash

Report a crash to the police:

  • by phone on 000 if there is danger or serious injury
  • by phone on 131 444 if you require police assistance
  • at a police station within 24 hours.

Find about more about reporting a crash

Report a crash online

Report dangerous driving

Report dangerous driving:

  • by phone on 131 444
  • at any police station.

Find your local police station

Find out more about reporting dangerous driving

Traffic Watch - report online

Report lost property

Find out more about reporting lost property

Report lost property online

Report lost property at a police station if you need the police to investigate - find your local police station

Report missing persons

Contact the police immediately if you are concerned about the welfare or safety of a person whose whereabouts are unknown.

Report a missing person:

You do not need to wait 24 hours before making a report.

Find out more about reporting a missing person

Report suspicious activity

Report any suspicious behaviour or activity to:

  • National Security Hotline 1800 123 400
  • Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000
  • South Australia Police 131 444.

Find out more about reporting suspicious activity

Theft and burglary

Report a theft or burglary on:

  • 000 for emergencies
  • 131 444 for non-urgent police assistance
  • 1800 333 000 for Crime Stoppers
  • 1800 1234 00 for the National Security Hotline
  • at a local police station - find your local police station

Find out more about reporting a theft or burglary