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Something lost or vandalised? Report it online


Members of the public can now make reports online through a new reporting tool on Police’s website.

The tool can be used to report lost property and property damage.

The current offering is being run as a trial, though Police plans to expand the service so people can make other non-emergency reports online.

“We aspire to be the world’s safest country and have the trust and confidence of all.

To achieve this, our commitment to service must be central to everything we do.
Online reporting is part of our plan to transform the services we provide to the public,” says Assistant Commissioner: Service, Jevon McSkimming.

“We want New Zealanders to be able to connect with us anywhere, anytime.

Digital technologies present new opportunities for us to provide new and improved ways to access and receive policing services.”

The public will still be able to make reports through their local police stations or over the phone.

To access Online Reporting go to www.police.govt.nz

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