Missing Persons Units

In Australia, State and Territory Police are responsible for investigating missing persons cases.

State and Territory police are responsible for the investigation of missing persons. When filing a missing persons report, you should attend your local police station in person.

Each State and Territory has a dedicated Missing Persons Unit who may also be involved in the investigation, or provide advice to your case officer/local police.

State and Territory Missing Person’s Units:

 

ACT POLICING

(02) 5126 9218

NSW POLICE FORCE

Crimestoppers
1800 333 000 (toll free)

VICTORIA POLICE

(03) 8690 2884

QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE

(07) 3364 6213
1800 017 744

SOUTH AUSTRALIA POLICE

(08) 8172 5467

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE

(08) 9267 5800

NORTHERN TERRITORY POLICE

(08) 8999 5511

TASMANIA POLICE

(03) 6173 2606

Missing Person Brendan Giles

Brendan GILES

Brendan Giles was last seen at Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards NSW on Wednesday 17 July 2013 and has not been sighted since that time. There is some evidence that he...

Missing person - Dylan DICKIE

Dylan DICKIE

Dylan DICKIE, then aged 19, was last seen at Cessnock on 23 June 2016. Dylan’s abandoned motorcycle was later located on 3 July 2016 at Watagans National Park, South...

Missing Person - Richard ROE

Richard ROE

Richard Roe was 40-years-old at the time of his disappearance and was last seen on 2 November 2016.

Richard’s vehicle, a 2004 Holden Commodore station wagon, was...

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