A report to the AVP (online, phone or face to face) is not a report to the Police, although we are able to share your report with the Police with your permission.
Every report the AVP receives makes a difference. By reporting, you will get support if you need it and you are also assisting us to help other members of our communities. We will only ever use information in your report for educational and advocacy purposes if you've agreed that this is ok. No personal information will ever be shared for this purpose.
Every incident that is reported helps us build a fuller picture of homophobic, transphobic and prejudice related violence and abuse in NSW.
This may include:
- Domestic or Family Violence
- Physical Violence
- Verbal Abuse
- Sexual Assault
- Property Damage or theft
If you wish to make a report to the Police we can help you and advise you on whether what you have experienced may be a crime.
If the incident did involve a crime, you can also report this directly to the Police. For more information about reporting to NSW Police click here.
All services are free and confidential.
The AVP is available Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm on 02 9206 2116 or to make an online report, click here.
If you have any questions or would prefer to make a report over the phone call the Report Line.
Contact: AVP Report Line
Tel: (02) 9206 2116
Freecall: 1800 063 060
Web: Report Violence Online