Before spending time submitting your communication please ensure that the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) is the correct agency for you to contact.
If your communication relates to a matter conducted by a State or Territory DPP, please refer to the website of that State or Territory Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for instructions on how to submit your enquiry to them. The Commonwealth DPP cannot assist with feedback or complaints relating to matters conducted by other DPPs.
If your communication relates to an alleged crime which has not been investigated, or investigated and not referred to the CDPP, you should contact the relevant investigative agency e.g. police. The CDPP prosecutes matters following investigation and referral of briefs of evidence from investigative agencies. We are unable to assist with matters which have not been investigated, have been investigated and not referred to the CDPP or are in the process of being investigated.
The CDPP welcomes enquiries, feedback and other interactions with members of the public. Please ensure those interactions are respectful.
It is a criminal offence to use the phone or email to communicate in a way that a reasonable person would regard as being menacing, harassing or offensive. Should the CDPP receive such communications, it may choose not to respond and may refer the matter to the appropriate authorities for investigation.
We are a national agency with offices in all states and territories. For any general enquiries that do not fall within the other categories below, you can contact the CDPP via email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact our Media team
Please contact our Recruitment team
CDPP State and Territory Offices
Please see our office locations
Freedom of Information (FOI) Requests
Please see further information on How to make a FOI request
Disciplinary/regulatory body information requests
Requests made by disciplinary or regulatory bodies (for example, Teachers Registration Boards, or other professional registration bodies) for the release of information by the CDPP:
Please use email@example.com and include in the email subject line: ‘for the attention of the Privacy Officer’.
Feedback and Complaints
Report a Crime
Please do not report any crime directly to the CDPP as we do not investigate crimes. Crimes against Commonwealth law must be reported to the Australian Federal Police or you can contact your relevant state/territory police, or your nearest police station.
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Our ABN is 41 036 606 436.