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Report suspicious activity

Report anything that doesn't seem right to:

We rely on your assistance and appreciate any help you can give.

Crime Stoppers

Call 1800 333 000 or make a report online if you have information about:

  • a crime
  • criminal activity
  • unsolved crime.

Make a report to Crime Stoppers online

You can download SAPOL’s app to submit an initial report to Crime Stoppers on your mobile device.

You can remain anonymous and calls are not recorded.

Crime Stoppers do not take information about:

  • victims of crime, call 131 444
  • emergencies, call 000
  • traffic issues, call 131 444
  • Centrelink fraud call, 131 524
  • online scams or fraud.

Visit the Scam Watch website

National Security Hotline

Contact the National Security Hotline if you see anything that looks suspicious. This could be:

  • unusual property or vehicle rentals
  • large purchases of fertiliser, chemicals or explosives
  • unusual videotaping or photographing of official buildings or critical infrastructure
  • abandoned or suspicious vehicles near public buildings or in busy public places
  • anything that appears unusual or out of place
  • unattended bags.

Call the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Calls are free from fixed phones.

Trained advisors will take your report then pass it on to the Australian police or security agencies for investigation.

Your identity and the source of the information are protected.

Find out more about from the National Security Hotline

South Australia Police

Call 131 444 to:

  • report a crime
  • report traffic issues
  • ask about local security and safety issues.

Emergency 000

Call 000 to report a crime that:

  • is taking place
  • has just been committed.