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Use 105.police.govt.nz to report any situation that doesn’t require immediate Police or Emergency Services attendance or to get in touch for general advice or queries.
Case / Report update
After you have made a report to Police and been given a reference number, you can use the Case / Report update form to:
- Provide additional information (including photos and documents)
- Request an update from Police about your case / report
- Withdraw your report.
Request a Case / Report update
Other online options are reporting:
- crime anonymously through Crimestoppers
- non-urgent road incidents via Community Roadwatch
Find out more about how to report crime .
Pay a ticket/infringement fee Report an unsafe driving incident (Community Roadwatch) Enquire about tickets/infringements and speed cameras
Request a Traffic Crash Report (TCR)
Learn more about requesting a Traffic Crash Report
Check Stolen/Missing/Wanted listings
- Stolen vehicles
- Stolen boats
- Missing persons
- Wanted to arrest
Licensing and vetting
- Firearms licence - tell us when you've changed address
- Firearms licence - request a Visitor's firearms licence
- Firearms - make an enquiry
- Vetting - request Police vetting online
- Vetting - contact the team
Firearms and Prohibited Offensive Weapons
- Download Firearms Forms
Privacy Act and Official Information Act
Learn more about Requesting Information
Request for personal information
You may complete and submit your request (including uploaded attachments) online at /privacyactrequest . Alternatively, you may download the Request for personal information form .
Request for official information
You may complete and submit your request online at /oiarequest . Alternatively, you may download the Request for official information form .
- Complete our online Commercial Crime Prevention Checklist This quick checklist provides crime prevention tips that specifically relate to you and your property.
- Complete our online Home Safety Checklist This quick checklist provides crime prevention tips that specifically relate to you and your home.
Praise and complain
- Pass on praise If you are pleased with the service you have received from us, we welcome praise and compliments about individual members of Police or about Police in general.
- Make an expression of dissatisfaction To help us improve the quality of service we provide, please tell us about the Police actions or service you are dissatisfied with.
- Make a complaint This form allows you to address a serious concern about: the misconduct or neglect of duty by a New Zealand Police employee; a policy, procedure or practice of New Zealand Police.
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Reporting entities can submit Suspicious Transaction Reports to the FIU via goAML Web. Learn more about goAML and the FIU .
- Login to goAML Web
- Register to use goAML Web
- Report suspicious transactions using goAML Web
Contact the FIU .
If you can't find the answer to your query in our Frequently Asked Questions you can make a general enquiry at 105.police.govt.nz or visit your nearest Police station .
Request notifications about news and jobs .
Enquire about working for Police .
Holidays Act payroll remediation for former employees
Learn more about the Holidays Act payroll remediation for former employees . If you think you may be eligible (you must have been employed by the NZ Police between 2009 and 2015), and you don’t believe we have your correct contact details, please fill out the contact details form so we can contact you. For further information please email [email protected] .
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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.
If you cannot get through to 105 on your landline or mobile, you can report online at 105.police.govt.nz or call 0800 105 105 .
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.
0800 555 111
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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.
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Commanding Officer: Inspector Igor Pinkhasov
The 105th Precinct serves the easternmost portion of Queens. Queens Village, Cambria Heights, Laurelton, Rosedale, Springfield Gardens, Bellerose, Glen Oaks, New Hyde Park, and Floral Park comprise the area covered by the precinct.
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92-08 222nd Street, Queens Village, NY, 11428-1474
Precinct: (718) 776-9090 Community Affairs: (718) 776-9176 Community Policing: (718) 776-9152 Crime Prevention: (718) 776-9207 - Samantha Raffo - E-mail: [email protected] Domestic Violence Officer: (718) 776-9415 - E-mail Youth Coordination Officer: (718) 776-9164 - E-mail Auxiliary Coordinator: (718) 776-9268 Detective Squad: (718) 776-9252
President: Rose Funderburk Meetings: Community Council meetings typically take place on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the precinct.
Tips + Advice
Who to Contact in an Emergency
When to call 111.
Dial 111 for any emergency, such as
There is a fire of any sort.
You need an ambulance because someone is seriously hurt.
Someone is breaking into your house right now.
There is car accident where people might be hurt, or cars are blocking the road.
Someone has been assaulted and the offender is still there.
You are afraid for your safety and / or for those around you.
You need an emergency Police response.
When to use 105
105 is the non-emergency contact for NZ Police. You can phone them 24/7 or report online at 105.police.govt.nz . Examples of when to use 105 :
Your car or bike has been stolen.
Someone has vandalised your wall.
You’ve lost your wallet or phone, or your handbag was stolen at the library.
Someone broke into your car and might have taken something.
You’re a retailer and someone has shoplifted or driven off without paying for gas.
You suspect a scam or drug dealing.
Your house has been burgled (if you think the burglar may still be in your home, or running down the street, do not go inside - contact Police immediately by calling 111 ).
You can also use 105 to:
Add information to your existing Police report
Get in touch with your local Police station
If you can’t get through to 105 for any reason, please call 0800 105 105 .
Call *555 (mobile phone only)
For urgent but not life-threatening traffic matters that don’t need an emergency response.
Continuous poor driving.
Traffic congestion, breakdowns, and obstructions on the highway.
Please note: *555 calls are answered with less priority than 111 calls.
- NZ Police "105" Non-Emergency Phone Number
NZ Police recently launched a new non emergency number, 105. We’ve done this to make it easier to get hold of us in the event of non-urgent situations or ‘Things which have Already Happened’, which don’t require Police assistance immediately. You can call us on 105 for all non emergencies, or you can go online at 105.police.govt.nz to report things like...
- Lost property
- Theft for a public place or car
- Intentional property damage
- Or to get an update or add info to a previous report
In the event of an emergency, always call 111 - Things that are Happening Now.
All the collateral (posters, brochures) are available to be printed out from the resources page at 105.police.govt.nz . If you would like to be sent any collateral, please email [email protected]
Vodafone Competition - Sing your way to win part of a total prize pool of $13K
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Visit 105.police.govt.nz to hear the song or visit vodafone.co.nz/105 find out more about the competition