How do I make a formal complaint to NSW Police?

How do I make a formal complaint to NSW Police?

How to complain

  1. lodge it or mail the complaint form to, your local police station, or.
  2. mail the completed complaint form to the Customer Assistance Unit at P.O. Box 3427, Tuggerah, NSW 2259, or.
  3. email your complaint form to [email protected]

How do I file a police report NSW?

Contact quick links

  1. Triple Zero (000) Police, Fire, Ambulance in an emergency.
  2. 131 444. For non-urgent police assistance.
  3. 1800 333 000. Report criminal information.

Can you make an anonymous complaint to the police?

Contact Crimestoppers to anonymously report a crime or suspicious behaviour.

How much do NSW police get paid?

The NSW Police Force offers a very attractive salary and benefits package, which includes a starting salary of $ 73,609.00 (2019) plus six weeks annual leave. Family friendly policies ensure a supportive environment, which caters for maternity, carer’s, sick and compassionate leave.

Who is in charge of NSW police?

New South Wales Police Force
Minister responsible David Elliott, Minister for Police and Emergency Services
Agency executive Mick Fuller, APM, Commissioner
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Can you report someone to DVLA?

Reporting the Incident The DVLA has a section on their website that allows you to fill in an incident form. The box at the bottom requires you to provide as many details as possible about the person you are reporting, their fitness to drive and if there were any incidents in particular you would like to report.

Do NSW police get paid weekly?

During the first 26 weeks of incapacity, Police Officers are entitled to weekly benefits equal to 100% of their pre-injury salary (excluding overtime, shift work, payments for special expenses and penalty rates). This is known as the Current Weekly Wage Rate (CWWR). The first 26 weeks do not need to be consecutive.