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In the case of an emergency, or a crime in progress: Triple Zero (000)
To report information about a crime that has been committed: 1 800 333 000
If you were a victim of a crime: 131 444
Media / sponsorship / non crime-related matters: contact the CEO on 0487 333 000
Contact Crime Stoppers NSW
Telephone: 1800 333 000
Internet Inquiries www.police.nsw.gov.au
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