Report a crime that's not an emergency
Use 105 to report crimes to Police that are not urgent and do not need Emergency Services.
When and how to contact 105
If you want to report a crime, call 105 if:
- no one’s injured or in danger
- there’s no serious risk to people or property
- the crime is not still happening.
Examples of when to use 105
Use 105.police.govt.nz, either calling them or filling in the online form, to report non-emergency situations, such as:
- a stolen car or bike
- a lost wallet or phone
- suspected shoplifting
- a suspected scam or drug dealing
- your house has been burgled, and the burglars are no longer on the property.
You can also use this service to:
- add information to an existing Police report
- contact your local Police station.
Report crime anonymously
Crimestoppers is an independent charity that helps New Zealanders prevent crime. It is an anonymous, independent and simple way to pass on information.
Report road incidents
Dial *555 from a mobile phone to report road incidents which are urgent but not life-threatening.
For example, non-injury crashes, traffic congestion, breakdowns and obstructions on the motorway.
Always call 111 in an emergency.
Poor or unsafe driving
Report unsafe or risky driving behaviour, where you do not wish the offender to be prosecuted. Complete an online Community Roadwatch form.
Internet crimes and problems
Report online crimes like scams and frauds, spam messages, objectionable material, privacy breaches or problems shopping online.