- ACT Policing are implementing online reporting to supplement current reporting channels for the community. Online reporting of particular crime types is currently offered by all other state law enforcement agencies to provide the public with a range of options to engage with police.
- Online Reporting will be complementary to existing reporting means and you will still be able to report emergencies and life threatening incidents to Triple Zero (000) or non-urgent matters on 131 444 or by attending the local police station.
- Online Reporting will follow a gradual rollout, with the initial implementation scheduled for the end of June. The option will provide you with more convenience and will allow police to better respond to incidents where immediate police assistance is required.
- Since the 17 April ACT Policing have been evaluating the system to make sure the relevant information required for the incident is captured. You can now report property damage and vandalism using the form during the evaluation phase by scanning or clicking on the QR code below. You may also be invited to assist in this evaluation if you have contacted 131 444 or attended a police station in relation to reporting a property damage incident or have emailed the Online Reporting team at ACTPOnlineReporting@afp.gov.au.
Click here for more information on the online reporting evaluation phase of this implementation.