Reporting urgent matters to Police
Call Triple Zero (000) if the matter is an emergency and you require a Police, Ambulance or Fire to attend immediately, because:
- Crime is happening now.
- Someone is seriously injured.
- A life is threatened.
- The offender is still in the area.
Reporting non-urgent matters to Police
If the incident is non-urgent, and you don’t require the Police, Ambulance or Fire to attend immediately, because:
- Crime is not happening now.
- Crime is not life-threatening, this includes:
- Wilful property damage
- Break and enter
- Stealing offences
- Stolen vehicles
- Hooning incidents
- Lost property (e.g. lost phone, wallet, jewellery etc.).
Non-urgent matters can be reported to Police in the following ways:
- Online via Queensland Police Service website
- By phoning Policelink on 131 444 (24 hours, 7 days a week)
- By phoning Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 if you have information to help solve a crime.
In person or by phoning your local Police Station:
- Capalaba Police Beat - 07 3433 3355
- Cleveland - 07 3824 9333
- Dunwich - 07 3409 6020
- Point Lookout Police Beat - 07 3050 9555
- Redland Bay - 07 3829 4111
- Road Policing Unit - 07 3433 3323
- Wynnum Police District Crime Prevention - 07 3308 8180.
Reporting non-police matters
Non-police matters can be reported to Council for action by phoning 07 3829 8999, these include:
- Illegal dumping
- Abandoned vehicles
- Shopping trolleys
- Animal-related complaints
- Faulty street lights
Graffiti and vandalism of Council-owned property can be reported through Vandaltrak.
Learn more about vehicles that have been abandoned and impounded on Redlands Coast, including a list of currently impounded vehicles.
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