TTY :(02) 9211 3776
(hearing / speech impaired).

The National Relay Service

People with hearing and speech impairments can also contact police through the National Relay Service. A professional relay officer becomes the central link in the phone call relaying what is said by both parties. This is strictly compliant with privacy legislation.

Police Assistance Line (non emergencies)

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Police Assistance Line through the National Relay Service:

TTY users phone 133 677 then ask for 131444

Speak and Listen (speech-to-speech relay) users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 131444

Internet relay users connect to the NRS (see www.relayservice.com.au for details) and then ask for 131444

Crime Stoppers (report crime anonymously)

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call Crime stoppers through the National Relay Service:

TTY users phone 1800 555 677 then ask for 1800 333 000

Speak and Listen (speech-to-speech relay) users phone 1800 555 727 then ask for 1800 333 000

Internet relay users connect to the NRS (see www.relayservice.com.au for details) and then ask for 1800 333 000

Emergencies

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call emergency services through the National Relay Service:

TTY users dial 106 (This is a dedicated text-based emergency phone relay service for TTY users with direct access to the police, ambulance and fire brigade emergency lines.)

Speak and Listen (speech-to-speech relay) users phone 1800 555 727 then ask for 000

Internet relay users connect to the NRS (see www.relayservice.com.au for details) and then ask for 000

For more information, contact the National Relay Service on 1800 555 660 or visit their website www.relayservice.com.au.