Forms

Crime reporting

Report a Commonwealth Crime

The AFP has the jurisdiction to investigate, Commonwealth crimes (sometimes called federal crimes).

More information: report a Commonwealth crime

Report crimes that occur in the Australian Capital Territory

ACT Policing is the community policing arm of the Australian Federal Police (AFP), and are responsible for providing quality and effective policing services to the ACT.

More information: ACT Policing / About us

Report online child abuse

Have you seen inappropriate behaviour towards children online? Examples include: Suspected online grooming or unwanted contact, an individual having a conversation with a child online and saying and doing inappropriate things or trying to meet in person, live streaming and consuming child sexual abuse material, Coercing and blackmailing children for sexual purposes.

If a child is in immediate danger or risk call 000, Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000, or contact your local police.

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), visit the website of the eSafety Commissioner for information on what you need to do.

More information: How and what to report (ACCCE website)

Child sex tourism - suspicious behaviour

Use this form to report information regarding child sex tourism.

More information: Child sex tourism

Reporting and requests by Department or Agency

Department/agency - reporting of criminal conduct

Use this form if you are from an Department or Agency and are seeking to report an allegation of criminal conduct

More information: Reports of Crime from Government Departments or Agencies, Investigative Services for Departments or Agencies

Department/agency - request for investigative service

Use this form if you are from an Department or Agency  and are seeking to make a request for an investigative service.

More information: Reports of Crime from Government Departments or Agencies

National Police Checks

National Police Checks

For all National Police Check applications (the Spent Convictions Scheme applies).

More information: National Police Checks

Missing Persons

Missing Persons - sighting

Use this if you believe you have sighted a person who is listed by the police as missing.

For more information, visit: Report a sighting

Missing Persons - provide details

Use this form to provide relevant details about each long-term missing person that are essential for the police and forensic investigation, but may not have been collected or provided previously.

For more information see Missing Persons National DNA Program.

Freedom of information

Freedom of information

Use this form to request access to documents held by the AFP.

More information: Freedom of information

Information release

Request for medical records

This form is to be used by members and ex-members of the AFP, or their next of kin, advocate or other third party to request medical records held by AFP Organisational Health.

More information: Organisational-Health-Triage

Request for the release of AFP Personnel Security Vetting information

This form is to be used by members and ex-members of the AFP, or their next of kin, advocate or other third party to request medical records held by AFP Organisational Health.

More information: Security-Vetting

Request for the release of AFP People Strategies Records

This form is to be used by employees and ex-employees of the AFP, or their next of kin, advocate or third party to request information held by People Strategies

More information: PeopleCentre@afp.gov.au

 

If it doesn't add up, speak up. Call the National Security Hotline - 1800 123 400.

Read the AFP Annual Report 2020-21

Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation - visit website

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