General Property Insurance Report - 50 revenue units - for insurance companies/loss assessors only

Insurance companies and loss assessors apply for access to information on behalf of their client to process their insurance claims. The Information Access Team provide NT Police Reports to the insurance company following the provision of the completed application form, including the relevant claim number, consent from the insured, if necessary, and payment of the application fee.

General Property Insurance Reports attract a fee pursuant to the Police Administration (Fees) Regulations of 50 Revenue Units per report. Revenue Units are governed by the Northern Territory Revenue Units Act 2009 and are subject to change 1 July each year.

The Northern Territory Department of Treasury and Finance determine the value of a Revenue Unit for all Northern Territory Government Departments.

http://www.treasury.nt.gov.au/TaxesRoyaltiesAndGrants/AboutTerritoryRevenueOffice/Pages/Revenue-Units.aspx

Please see the Fee Advice for the current fee associated with this request.

Unfortunately, these fees can NOT be waived under any circumstances.

How to apply for a General Property Insurance Report

Take your completed application form and client authority (if applicable) to your nearest Police Station. You can then lodge the form with the Officer handling your application who will forward it to the Information Access Team. Alternatively, you can send your completed application form, client authority (if applicable) along with payment of the application fee or proof of payment of the application fee to NTPFES Information Access Team by email, fax or post.