CITEC Confirm may be able to obtain a specific police report for you, if you were involved or have a bona fide interest in the matter.

We can only retrieve reports relating to traffic incidents or property crime, as per the conditions below. We are unable to provide access to domestic violence assault or abuse reports.

Traffic incident

Traffic incidents

Only complete this form if one of the following applies:

  • you were involved in the traffic incident
  • someone you are acting on behalf of was involved in the traffic incident
  • you reported the traffic incident
  • someone you are acting on behalf of reported the traffic incident.
Apply for traffic incident report (PDF)

Property crime

Property crime

Only complete this form if the crime report details one of the following offences:

  • theft
  • non-suspicious arson
  • property damage
  • lost property
  • fraud.
Apply for property crime report (PDF)

Additional information

Turnaround times

A report should typically be made available within 28 days of the matter being reported to Police. In some circumstances however, it may take longer than 28 days for the Queensland Police Service to finalise and release a report.

CITEC Confirm will continue to check for completion/updates for a period of 12 months after receiving a properly completed application form.

Access to reports for other crimes

If you need access to reports that are not related to traffic incidents or property crime, or the information you require is not contained in the report (for example, offender information), you’ll need to apply for information via the Queensland Police Service.

Online access to police reports

If your business requires police reports on a regular basis, CITEC Confirm can provide online access to approved entities only. Online access is heavily restricted and subject to special conditions, including police approval.

Read more about online access on our Police reports product page.