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Crime Stoppers:

1800 333 000

Policelink:

131 444

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To Report a crime use one of the following services

If it is an emergency or the crime is happening now call triple zero 000.
If it is not an emergency and the crime has already happened call Policelink 131 444
If you have any information that might help solve a crime call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000


QPS General Enquiries 131 444

(07) 3055 6206
+61 7 3055 6206

Fax: (07) 3055 6305
Non urgent property reporting and QPS general enquiries 24/7

for interstate / mobile
for international callers
HOON Hotline 13 46 66 Call 24/7 days a week and a trained operator will record the vehicle registration, characteristics, time and location.
Criminal History/ Police
Certificates
(07) 3364 4089/
+61 7 3364 4089 (International)
For more information refer to the sites on criminal histories and police certificates or use the online submission form below.
Police Recruiting
 
 
 
 
Non-police positions
1 300 BE A COP/
+61 7 3364 8000 (International)
For more information on the recruiting process for new police recruits, applicants with previous policing experience and Indigenous opportunities, refer to the Police Recruiting
 
Vacancies for administrative and support roles within the Queensland Police Service are advertised on the Queensland Government SmartJobs website.
Weapons Licensing Branch (07) 3015 7777/
+61 7 3015 7777 (International)
For more information refer to the weapons licensing
 
Client Service Feedback Favourable comments can be submitted via the online submission form, by contacting your local police station or by sending a letter to :-

Client Service Feedback, Honours and Awards
Ethical Standards Command
Queensland Police Service
GPO Box 1440, Brisbane, QLD 4001
Infringement Notices (07) 3834 2011 Enquiries relating to a traffic infringement notice issued by a police officer should be directed to the Officer in Charge of the station or establishment in the area where the alleged offence occurred. (Police Station Locator)

Enquiries relating to a traffic infringement notice issued by the Traffic Camera Office, Queensland Police Service should be directed to -

Traffic Camera Office,
Queensland Police Service,
GPO Box 1440,
Brisbane, Qld 4001.
Tel 1300 360 610.

For Payment of traffic infringement notices, vehicle registration, standards and modifications should be directed to Queensland Transport directly tel (07) 3834 2011.

If you wish to contest a traffic infringement notice, complete the election for court hearing section on the notice and forward the complete notice to the address provided.
Unpaid Infringement Notices 1300 365 635 For traffic penalties exceeding 28 days from the alleged offence contact the State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER)
Complaints of misconduct against Police If you believe that a member of the Queensland Police Service has behaved wrongly or inappropriately, you may make a complaint. However, remember that police officers have to enforce the law, and often people complain about police officers when it is actually a particular law that they do not like.

You may direct your complaint or query to any police station or by sending a letter to :-

State Complaints Coordinators Office
Ethical Standards Command
Queensland Police Service
GPO Box 1440, Brisbane, QLD 4001

Alternatively you may direct your complaint to the Crime and Corruption Commission

For more information, see the brochure Making a complaint against a police officer
Traffic Report Line 13 19 40 Traffic report line for the Brisbane Metropolitan Area.
Road Design (07) 3834 2011 Road design and signage should be directed to the Transport & Main Roads Department.
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DO NOT use this inquiry form to report a crime (see 'Report a Crime' above).

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Last updated November 2012
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Policelink

If the crime is not happening now, life threatening or there is little likelihood of the suspected offenders in the area, call Policelink for non-urgent assistance.

Available 24 hours, 7 days a week to report non-urgent incidents of stealing; wilful property damage; break and enter; stolen vehicles or lost property.

131 444
policelink.qld.gov.au


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Crime Stoppers

If you have any information that may help solve a crime, contact Crime Stoppers on their toll free number.

Remember that callers are not required or expected to give their names or addresses, or to reveal their identity. For those who wish to remain anonymous, total anonymity is guaranteed.

1800 333 000 (Toll Free)
www.crimestoppersqld.com.au