105 Police Non-Emergency Supporting Information

In an emergency, always call 111.

You can report when there has been a breach of COVID-19 restrictions by either:

  • A person or group of people, or
  • A business or organisation.

To make a report you must provide:

  • Your full name
  • Your date of birth
  • An email address and phone number we can use to contact you if required.

This information will be available to New Zealand Government agencies who are responsible for compliance as part of New Zealand's COVID‐19 response and may be required to act on the information you provide.

Please allow 10 - 20 minutes to complete the form.

 

Start your COVID-19 breach report

 

Police non-emergencies

To report Police non-emergencies that don't need urgent Police assistance, please refer below.

Please read the information in the 'Assistance required' options listed below for the best way to report a non-emergency, get advice or request something - before making an online report. This will help us work though the high volume of online reports resulting from the COVID-19 Pandemic.

When making an online report please note:

  • You will need to provide a date of birth, email address and phone number to complete this report.
  • Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete this report.
  • The report cannot be saved to complete later.

 

Start your Police non-emergency report

 

Assistance required

Advice or ask a question


For safety advice go to: Frequently Asked Questions. If you have a question relating to people in custody call 105.

 

Case or report update

Someone's stolen something or tried to steal something


Use the 105 Online Reporting form to report that something has been stolen or someone has tried to steal something.

 

Someone's damaged something


Use the 105 Online Reporting form to report if someone has damaged something.

 

Someone's been threatened or hurt


Use the 105 Online Reporting form to report if someone has been threatened or hurt.

 

Lost or found property


Use the 105 Online Reporting form to report Lost or Found Property.

 

Tell us about something you know or have seen


Select Something else from the 105 Online Reporting form options.

Or call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111

Or send an anonymous Crimestoppers report.

 

Car accident - non-injury


Select Something else from the 105 Online Reporting form options when you have to choose what your report is about.

Please include as much of the following information as possible:

  • Full name of the driver(s)
  • Licence plate numbers of all vehicles involved
  • The speed limit for where the accident took place
  • The speed of each driver at the time of the accident
  • The weather at the time of the accident e.g. raining
  • The time of day the accident occurred e.g. 2:35pm
  • An explanation of how the accident happened
  • Where the accident happened, including any landmarks which could help pin-point the location

We also need you to attach a diagram (this can be drawn on a piece of paper then take a photo and attached it to your form).

 

Scam or online fraud


Select Something else from the 105 Online Reporting form options when you have to choose what your report is about. Please be as detailed as possible and include any relevant documents, i.e. bank statements, emails, texts etc.

If someone has fraudently used your credit / debit card please include:

  • Name on Card (Card holders name)
  • Card number including expiry date (if possible)
  • Bank and type of card
  • Details of fraudulent transactions – amount, retailer, date & time
  • Screenshots of transactions (if possible)

 

Driving incident


Use Community Road Watch Form to report a road incident or unsafe driver.

 

Vetting services


Visit NZ Police Vetting service for information.

 

Trespass Notice


Visit our Trespass notices page for information and to download the form.

 

Missing person


Call 111 or select Something else from the 105 Online Reporting form options to report a missing person.

Please provide as much information as you can including:

  • Name and date of birth of missing person
  • A recent photo
  • General description – include clothing
  • Date, time and place last seen
  • The reason you have concerns for their safety and welfare
  • Where they may be
  • Vehicle travelling in
  • Medical conditions and medication required