Call 111 in an emergency
Call 111 and ask for Police when:
- Someone is badly injured or in danger.
- There’s a serious risk to life or property.
- A crime is being committed and the offenders are still there or have just left.
- You’ve come across a major public inconvenience, like trees blocking a state highway.
- Any of these things are happening now or have just happened.
If you can’t decide whether it’s a real emergency and you’re still worried, call 111 and ask us. We’ll help you work out what to do.
For more information on calling 111, visit www.111.govt.nz
If it is not an emergency, you can phone your local police station: Howick Police Station 538 0300
Call 261 1300 for the Crime Reporting Line for non-emergencies and after the event.
Crimestoppers is an independent charity helping policeand other law enforcement agencies to ﬁnd criminals and help solve crimes.
Many people are afraid to come forward and report details of a crime about which they have information because of the potential repercussions of doing so. As a result, a large number of crimes that could easily be solved remain unsolved. By providing a safe, secure and anonymous way for people to report crime, Crimestoppers will help reduce unsolved crime throughout New Zealand.
Call 0800 555 111 or visit www.crimestoppers.org.nz for more information or to report a crime anonymously
Psychoactive Substance Hotline
To report any concerns about psychoactive substances in the community call the Psychoactive Substance Hotline number – 0800 789 652