If you have been issued with a traffic infringement, please visit our traffic infringements page for payment options, viewing infringement images and further information.
NOTE: Only for incidents in Western Australia. If the incident occurred within the last 30 minutes, do not complete this form. Please call police on 131 444.
NOTE: This form is only to be used for unlawful road user behaviour (antisocial / hoon) and is not to be used for the following:
- Traffic crash reports. To report a traffic crash online, go to www.crashreport.com.au
- Infringement disputes - options to dispute an infringement are on the back of the notice received
- Theft or damage to motor vehicles - phone police on 131 444
NOTE: Once your form is submitted, you will receive a submission number beginning in “TCF”. This is not an incident report number, but advice that your report has been successfully submitted. You will receive an incident report number via a separate email.
Change your details
Use this form to change your drivers licence and vehicle registration details.
Ensure that Part B instructions are adhered to as notification time lines vary according to event.
If your vehicle has been impounded for an unauthorised driving offence, you will incur daily costs until the vehicle is collected. These applications do not apply to reckless driving offences.
If the vehicle is not collected at the conclusion of the impoundment period, daily costs will continue to accumulate until the Commissioner of Police has the authority to dispose of the uncollected vehicle. The driver responsible for the impounding offence will further be liable to pay the cost associated with disposing of that vehicle.
If the responsible person for a vehicle used in the commission of an unauthorised impounding offence has no intention of collecting the vehicle at the conclusion of the impoundment period, an application can be made to the Commissioner of Police in accordance with section 80JA of the Road Traffic Amendment Act 1974 to dispose of the vehicle early.
An application requesting the Commissioner of Police to sell an impounded vehicle can only be made once 48 hours has passed since the vehicle has been impounded. All parties with an interest in the vehicle must agree and sign the application form and the responsible person for the vehicle must complete the statutory declaration portion on the form.
The proceeds from the sale of the vehicle are to pay for expenses incurred by WA Police. If there are any funds remaining, this will be distributed to the interested parties based on their percentage of interest as allocated on the application form.
If the originating impounding charge is withdrawn or dismissed after the vehicle has been sold, the sale cost will be paid back to the interested parties based on their percentage of interest.
An application form authorising the Commissioner to dispose of an impounded vehicle early can be downloaded from this website or obtained from any police station. The completed application form is to then be forwarded to the WA Police Vehicle Impoundment Unit via facsimile on 9373 2443 for assessment.
Use this form to apply for a permit to hold a Public Meeting and/or Procession.
Service station fuel non-payments to be completed by service station employee.
Use this form to apply for the suspension of the Road Traffic Code Regulations/Road Traffic Act.