Phone (07) 866 4000 or 111 for emergency calls.Safer Communities Together.
HOW TO REPORT A CRIME
There are various ways you can report a crime. Always call 111 in an emergency. For non-emergencies contact the Whitianga police station. You can report crimes anonymously to Crimestoppers, driving incidents to Roadwatch and electronic crimes to The Orb.
EMERGENCY: CALL 111
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, such as trees blocking a highway
• any of these things are happening now or have just happened.
If you can't decide if it's a real emergency and you're still worried, call 111 and ask us. We'll help you work out what to do.
Non-emergency: contact your nearest police station.
Phone or visit the Whitianga police station to report incidents or crimes in the Whitianga/Mercury Bay area that have already happened some time in the past and a rapid police response is not likely to affect the outcome and for general enquiries.