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Are you a victim of cybercrime?

Criminals commit cybercrime by using a computer or online network to target victims. Anyone can be a victim of cybercrime, from individuals and businesses to government.

Common types of cybercrime include:

  • Cyber abuse
  • Online shopping fraud
  • Romance fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Email compromise
  • Ransomware or malware

You can report a cybercrime to police through our ReportCyber portal.

There are also many other organisations that specialise in certain types of cybercrime. You can use this guide to find out more information on who to contact if you need additional help.

Immediate support

Triple zero emergency

Triple Zero (000)

For emergencies or life-threatening situations.

Police phone logo

Police Assistance Line (131 444)

For non-emergencies

CrimeStoppers.com.au

Crimestoppers (1800 333 000)

To provide crime information. It can be anonymous.

Finding the right support for:

Preventing cybercrime