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Register with Party Safe Queensland Police Logo

This online form allows you to register your party

When to register

  • Try to register 2 weeks before the day of the party however if this is not possible register as soon as you can

What you need to register

  • Time, date and location of the party
  • Name and contact details of party host
  • Expected number and ages of guests

What to expect

You will receive a Policelink case number indicating your Party Safe registration has been successfully submitted. Subject to operational requirements you will receive a reply to your nominated email address within 48 hours notifying the party has been registered with the Queensland Police Service.

Registration of your party does not mean police will provide security or that police will attend. Police, however will still respond to public complaints about party noise or behaviour of your guests. The ability for police to respond will depend on the resources available at the time and the type of incident.

Once the party is registered you can collect a party safe poster and wristbands for use at the party from your local police station. The wristbands make it easier for you to recognise your guests. The poster helps you let everyone know that your party has been registered with local police. Party Safe resources are not available for commercial events.


The Queensland Police Service collects information to assist in performing its statutory functions and responsibilities. Information provided will be used to process your application, create a Police Report, and/or resolve your complaint, compliment or query. Your personal information will be managed in compliance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.

There is the provision on some Online Forms to opt-out of providing any personal information. In these instances, the QPS will not collect, store, or use any personal information, and the above stipulations do therefore not apply.

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As you have not agreed to the Privacy Statement, you cannot continue. As an alternative, please telephone Policelink on 131 444 or visit your local Police Station.

Contact Policelink on 131 444 (24 hours; 7 days) if you are unable to register online

Related information

Registering your party with local police does not mean you can make as much noise as you want and all alcohol licensing laws must be followed.

Contact the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation - phone 137 468 for more information on responsible drinking.

For more information on hosting a party refer to the resources below:

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