Anyone can report acts of graffiti vandalism against public assets, community facilities or private property. If graffiti vandalism occurs on your own property or a property you are responsible for, you should report the incident as soon as possible.
To report click the green box below:
Please note, you can report anonymously unless you are reporting as a victim. A victim report requires identifying information to aid the police in their enquiries.
Before removing any graffiti you are encouraged to photograph the damage and keep the original images for the police, should they require them. Tips for taking photos of graffiti can be found HERE.
In the event of significant graffiti damage (racist/obscene or large scale) you are urged to contact the State Graffiti Hotline to request Police/forensic attendance.
Be aware that not all local councils will remove graffiti vandalism from private property. Those who do offer the service will require the person responsible for the property to sign a waiver before removing the graffiti. Please contact your local council for advice on their graffiti removal policy.
Graffiti vandalism is a criminal offence. If you have any information that might help identify offenders contact the Goodbye Graffiti Hotline on 1800 44 22 55. If your information leads to the arrest or caution of an offender, you may be eligible for a monetary reward.
Graffiti removal information is available HERE.