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Please note this is NOT the place for urgent enquiries, emergencies, reporting crime or receiving information in relation to crime or police complaints.

IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 000

FOR POLICE ASSISTANCE CALL 131 444

IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT A CRIME CALL BANKSA CRIME STOPPERS ON 1800 333 000

To report information that may help solve a crime or if you know the name or whereabouts of a person of interest call BankSA Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Information can be given anonymously.

Are you deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired?

Emergency Response

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can use the National Relay Service to make an emergency call to police, fire or ambulance:

http://relayservice.gov.au/making-a-call/emergency-calls/


Non-Emergency Calls

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can use the National Relay Service to make non-emergency calls to emergency services information numbers:

  • For the Police Assistance number TTY users dial 133 677 and then ask for 131 444.
  • For the Crimestoppers number TTY users dial 1800 555 677 and then ask for 1800 333 000.
  • For the Police Assistance number Speak and Listen users dial 1300 555 727 and then ask for 131 444.
  • For the Crimestoppers number Speak and Listen users dial 1800 555 727 and then ask for 1800 333 000.
  • Internet Relay users use the following link https://www.iprelay.com.au/call/index.aspx and then type in the emergency services information number that you need;
  • Video Relay Users****, choose the nrs.videorelay contact on Skype that is online and available. Then ask for the number of the emergency services information number that you need.
  • If you prefer to use SMS relay, send an SMS to the NRS on 0423 677 767. In this SMS, include the number of the emergency services information number that you need and a short message for the emergency services information number.

***** From the first Sunday in April to the first Sunday in October video relay is only available 6:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday in South Australia except for national public holidays.


From the first Sunday in October to first Sunday in April video relay is only available 7:30am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday in South Australia except for national public holidays.


MEDIA ENQUIRIES

All media enquiries should be directed to the SAPOL Media Section, telephone (08) 7322 3848 or email sapol.mediasection@police.sa.gov.au.


POLICE COMPLAINTS

This site is not the place to provide comment or post allegations which may relate to police misconduct. Issues relating to police misconduct should be reported to the Police Complaints Authority, telephone: 8226 8677, email: pca@agd.sa.gov.au or via their website http://sa.gov.au/pca

FOR OTHER ENQUIRIES

To find your local police station, please visit: www.police.sa.gov.au /sapol/contact_us/find_your_local_police_station.jsp

Police Headquarters
100 Angas Street
Adelaide
South Australia

POSTAL ADDRESS
GPO Box 1539
Adelaide SA 5001



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Police are appealing for information relating to an aggravated robbery at the Bombay Bicycle Club in Ovingham on Monday 29 July 2013 abour 10.40am. This Crime Stoppers segment can be viewed on Channel 9.

People can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit the website at www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au to report information about this matter.
Information can be given anonymously.

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