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Contact police

In an emergency

In emergency or if the crime is happening now, call Triple Zero (000).
If you have a speech or hearing disability you can access the Triple Zero (000) service via the National Relay Service on 106.

Non-urgent incidents

If you need police assistance, but it’s not an emergency, phone Policelink on 131 444 (24 hours 7 days).
Examples of non-urgent incidents include:

  • property damage
  • stealing
  • break and enters
  • stolen vehicles
  • lost property.

Help solve a crime

You can provide anonymous information about any criminal activity to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 (24 hours 7 days).

Police stations

You can also visit, write to, or phone your nearest police station

Report to police

Report a nuisance or disturbance
Report a stolen, damaged or abandoned vehicle
Report a missing person
Report a hoon on 13 4666 (13HOON)

Criminal history or police certificates

Phone (07) 3364 4089 or +61 7 3364 4089 (international calls)

View information on criminal records and history checks.

Become a police officer

Read about police recruiting

Phone 1300 BE A COP (1300 232 267)

Weapons licensing

Contact Weapons Licencing Branch or phone (07) 3015 7777

Infringement notices

General enquiries—phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68) or +61 7 3405 0985 for international callers.

Police officer issued notices—contact the relevant police station

Compliments and complaints


Write to:
Client Service Feedback (Honours and Awards)
Ethical Standards Command
Queensland Police Service
GPO Box 1440


Read about complaining about a government official, councillor or police officer.

Traffic report line

Phone 13 19 40 (Brisbane area)


Download the free Policelink app and report lost property, property damage, graffiti and taxi fare evasion on your phone. It’s quick and easy to use and police help is just a few clicks away.

Phone: 131 444

Interstate: (07) 3055 6206
International: +61 7 3055 6206
Fax: (07) 3055 6305
Mail: GPO Box 1440, Brisbane QLD  4001

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Last updated
4 July 2018
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