|ONLY life threatening emergencies
Police assistance (24x7)
International callers: 61 8 9351 0699 (24x7)
Interstate callers: (08) 9351 0699 (24x7)
|Emergency text messaging service for callers who are hearing/speech impaired. Visit the SMS Assist page on our website for more information about this service.
National Security Hotline
The National Security Hotline is the single point of contact where the public can report possible signs of terrorism.
You should ring the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400 if you:
- have concerns about, or information on threats to Australia’s critical infrastructure; or you
- believe you have information of possible terrorist activity or have seen or heard something suspicious that may need investigation by security agencies.
For more details go to the National Security website.
Other Australian police jurisdictions
Western Australia Police is one of eight police jurisdictions across Australia. The others are: New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Australian Capital Territory (ACT Policing).
How to contact other Australian police agencies
Please refer to the links below if your enquiry relates to one of the following topics:
Stay in touch
Write to us
Commissioner of Police
2 Adelaide Terrace
East Perth WA 6004
Please note there is no general enquiry counter at this address. If you wish to speak to a police officer call 131 444 or attend your local police station.
The below form can be used for general enquiries ONLY or you can call 131 444. Do not use the form to report a life threatening emergency. If you wish to report a life threatening emergency call 000.
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