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

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