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Customs Watch

Encourages industry and the Australian community to report suspicious behaviour to Customs Watch toll-free on 1800 06 1800, or by using the online form.

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service

Fix my street [ACT]

Fix My Street is an online reporting facility that provides direct contact to Australian Capital Territory Government agencies for the reporting of municipal service requests. Residents can submit service requests by choosing from a menu of topics, such as abandoned vehicles, cycle paths, garbage bins, graffiti etc.

ACT Government

Passports – apply for, renew or report a lost or stolen Australian passport

Need a passport urgently? Ask about the Priority Processing Service when you lodge your application. Lost or stolen passports must be reported as soon as practicable after you become aware of the loss or theft.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Report a missing person

If you have serious concerns for the safety and welfare of a person, and their whereabouts are unknown, then you may immediately report them missing to local police by filing a missing persons report. You do not have to wait 24 hours to report someone as missing.

Australian Federal Police

Report a scam

If you've been scammed or think you have seen a scam, you can report it to SCAMwatch via the scam online form or by contacting the infocentre on 1300 795 995.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Report SMS spam

When you receive a spam SMS message, you can now forward it to the dedicated telephone number 0429 999 888 to report it directly to the ACMA.

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Report-a-crash [SA]

South Australia Police website where members of the public in South Australia can report a crash online. You'll need to complete an initial checklist to confirm that the incident meets the eligibility criteria to be reported online.

South Australia Police

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