Western Australia Police is committed to accepting complaints about the actions and performance of our personnel.
Police Complaints is a unit that addresses complaints about the unprofessional conduct of our police personnel.
If your complaint is not in relation to Police Conduct or you wish to report a crime please contact your Local Police Station or telephone 131 444.
To make a complaint about WA Police, you are encouraged to complete the online complaint form or contact your nearest police station or district office in person, by telephone, or in writing. Depending on the issues that you raise, police may be able to resolve the complaint to your satisfaction or it may require further investigation.
Making a false complaint or creating a false belief may be an offence under the Criminal Code or the Corruption and Crime Commission Act.
Other means to make a Complaint about WA Police include:
- by telephone or in person to any police station or district office
- by calling Police Complaints on (08) 92231000 or
In writing to:
Locked Bag 6
East Perth WA 6892
Email Police Complaints
Corruption and Crime Commission
PO Box 7667
St Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6850
If you submit an online complaint form a receipt will be acknowledged by return email.
If you are making a written complaint make sure you keep a copy of the letter you send. If you are making a complaint by telephone record the time, date and the name of the person you spoke to and what they agreed to do.
Helpful information to assist an enquiry includes:
- Date, time and location of the incident
- Brief description of the incident
- Name and badge number of the member(s) involved
- Name, address and telephone number of any witnesses and
- Vehicle registration or designation numbers of police vehicle/s involved.
For further information you can download the Making a Complaint About the Police brochure (PDF, 346kb).
You can now download frequently asked questions in your language.
For general Online Reporting not relating to police conduct