Information on a Crime

Step 1: Crime Type

In a life-threatening emergency, contact Triple Zero (000).
For non-urgent matters, contact Police on 131 444.

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Step 2: Crime Details

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Step 3: Offender Identity

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Step 4: Offender Description

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Step 5: The Offender's Vehicle

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Step 6: Additional Information

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Step 7: Review Report

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Robbery: A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately before or at the time of doing so, and in order to do so, he uses force on any person or puts or seeks to put any person in fear that he or another person will be then and there subjected to force.

Burglary:
A person is guilty of burglary if he enters any building or part of a building as a trespasser with intent—

  1. to steal anything in the building or part in question; or
  2. to commit an offence
    1. involving an assault to a person in the building or part in question; or
    2. involving any damage to the building or to property in the building or part in question

Rural crime, in particular organised crime, significantly impacts on the agricultural industries, primary producers, rural residents and rural / remote communities. Rural Crime can include trespassing, illegal hunting and associated weapons offences, theft (including firearms), fraud, drug offences and offences identified as being of significance to rural residents. Rural crime has an impact within the country community and results in economic loss or financial hardship including contributing to stress upon farmers and their families.

Livestock crime is any offence involving livestock being produced by a primary producer such as but not limited to cattle, sheep, goats, horses, poultry and pigs, crimes associated with horses kept by owners for private use or equine sport and offences relating to wildlife protected under Tasmanian legislation. Any suspicious behaviour should be reported to Crime Stoppers.

Family violence is defined under the law as any behaviour that in any way controls or dominates a family member and causes them to feel fear for their own, or other family member's safety or well-being. It can include physical, sexual, psychological, emotional or economic abuse and any behaviour that causes a child to hear, witness, or otherwise be exposed to the effects of that behaviour.

Police may take civil and/or criminal and referral action in response to reports of family violence following a FV assessment of the risk of future harm to victims.

If you believe that someone is in danger now please call 000 rather than (or as well as) completing this form.

If you believe that a sex crime has just taken place or is happening now, please contact Tasmania Police immediately on ‘000’.

If you have been the victim of a sex crime, contact the Tasmania Police on ‘000’. Additional support can be provided by:

If you believe that someone is in danger now please call 000 rather than (or as well as) completing this form.

If you believe that a sex crime has just taken place or is happening now, please contact Tasmania Police immediately on ‘000’.

If you have been the victim of a sex crime, contact the Tasmania Police on ‘000’. Additional support can be provided by:

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If you are the victim of family violence please do not report here. For a police response, you must contact your local police or please contact ‘000’ if you are in immediate danger.

If you believe the victim of family violence you are concerned about is in immediate danger please call 000 rather than (or as well as) completing this form.

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Report a Crime

To submit an online report to Crime Stoppers Tasmania, the first step is to select the crime type from the list provided.