Asian Australian Alliance
The Asian Australian Alliance are actively collecting information on incidents of anti-Asian racism and encourage all residents to fill out the COVID-19 Coronavirus Racism Incident Report Survey
A number of these incidents have been reported to the police or featured on Australian/global news/media outlets. However, it is likely that a large portion of these incidents would go unreported, and the purpose of this reporting mechanism is to capture enough data to understand the frequencies of these attacks that are related to the pandemic.
Responses to this reporting mechanism will be used for analytical purposes as well as help in creating campaigns in raising the voices for Asians and Asian Australians in Australia.
Anti- Discrimination NSW
Certain types of discrimination are against the law in specific areas of public life in New South Wales. If you have experienced a type of discrimination, harassment, vilification or victimisation covered by the law, you can make a complaint to Anti-discrimination NSW.
Anti-discrimination NSW handle complaints of discrimination covered by the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. If you make a complaint to them, they can help you and the other party find a way of resolving the matter according to the law.
If the allegations in your complaint appear to be covered by the Act, they will conduct an impartial and confidential investigation.
Download our complaint form
To report incidents of harassment or abuse please contact Burwood Police Area Command
NSW Police use bilingual staff and telephone interpreter services to support culturally and linguistically diverse communities. NSW Police are able to arrange an interpreter to attend interviews with NSW Police if required. Contact the Burwood Police Area Command on (02) 9745 8499 for more information.
Phone: 02 9745 8499
Open 24 hours