If you see something that doesn’t feel right, make it your business. Flag it anonymously with Border Watch. One small observation could help stop a much larger border crime.
The Border Watch program is an initiative that educates, informs and asks members of the community and industry to report suspicious border-related behaviour and activities.
MAKE A REPORT
Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra.
The Australian Border Force protects our vast borders from illegal
activity, like gun and drug trafficking.
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If you see something that doesn’t feel right, make it your business.
Flag it, anonymously, at borderwatch.gov.au
One small observation could help stop a much larger border crime.
If it doesn’t feel right, flag it, at borderwatch.gov.au.
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To make a report, you can complete the Border Watch
reporting form. You can choose to remain anonymous.
If you cannot submit your report online, you can also make a report over the phone or by post.
See reporting details
Border Watch members are involved in the movement of goods and people across the Australian border.
Members partner with us to report suspicious activity to Border Watch.
Becoming a Border Watch member
You can choose to make a report anonymously.
Read our Information Protection Statement for more information about what we do with the information you provide. If you have any concerns about being identified please consider submitting your report anonymously.
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