In this section:
- Crime reporting
- Feedback and complaints
- National Police Checks
- Missing persons
- Freedom of information
|Report a Commonwealth crime||The AFP has the jurisdiction to investigate, Commonwealth crimes (sometimes called federal crimes) and crimes that take place in the Australian Capital Territory.||See report a Commonwealth crime|
|Online child sex exploitation form||Use this form to report suspicious and/or inappropriate behaviour online.
If a child is in immediate danger or risk call 000, Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000, or contact your local police.
|See online child sex exploitation|
|Child sex tourism - suspicious behaviour online report||
Use this form to report information regarding child sex tourism.
|See child sex tourism|
|Internet Service Providers/Internet Content Hosts online form||Use this form if you are an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or Internet Content Host (ICH) and have become aware of child pornography or child abuse material on your server(s).||See online child sex exploitation|
|Referral to the AFP form (DOC, 100KB)||Use this form if you are from an agency or organisation and have identified any serious breach of federal legislation.||See referrals from government|
|National police check form||
For all National Police Check applications. The Spent Convictions Scheme applies.
|See National Police Checks|
|Missing persons sighting online form||
Use this form if you believe you have sighted a person who is listed by the police as missing.
|See missing persons|
|Bomb safety awareness kit online order form||The bomb safety awareness kit is intended for use by security managers as part of an organisation's 'Emergency Control Organisation' (ECO) issues.||See bombs - defusing the threat (PDF, 4MB)|
|Freedom of information application form (PDF, 350KB)||
Use this form to request access to documents held by the AFP.
|See freedom of information|