Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Mask wearing requirements will remain until 4pm on 24 September in South East Queensland, including Redland City.

Fore more information visit Council's COVID-19 web page

Report a safety or security issue

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
    • Lost property (e.g. lost phone, wallet, jewellery etc.).

Non-urgent matters can be reported to Police in the following ways:

In person or by phoning your local Police Station:

Reporting non-Police matters

Non-police matters can be reported to Council for action by phoning 07 3829 8999, these include:

  • Illegal Dumping
  • Litter
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Shopping Trolleys
  • Animal-related complaints
  • Potholes
  • Faulty street lights
  • Graffiti

Graffiti and vandalism of Council owned property can be reported through Vandaltrak

 

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