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What should I do after reporting a burglary to Police?
How do I report theft, burglary or robbery?
What should I do if I cannot find my driver licence?
My ex has taken things from our place that didn't belong to them. What can I do?
Someone I know 'borrowed' an item of property and won't give it back. What can I do?
I've lost my wallet. What should I do?
Is it worth keeping serial numbers in case property is lost or stolen?
While visiting New Zealand I reported a crime/lost property to a police station. How do I find out what happened?
When is the next Police auction?
I've lost my cellphone. What should I do?
I've found an item of property. How do I report it?
I’ve lost an item of property. How do I report that?
How can I report my stolen car?
What should I do if I've physically lost my driver's licence?
I've lost my passport, or it's been stolen. What should I do?
Can I get a copy of a police report (Police Acknowledgement Form) for insurance purposes?