Auburn Police Station is located at Corner of Queen and Susan Streets, Auburn.
Corner of Queen and Susan Streets
Auburn, NSW 2144
Phone: 02 9646 8699
Fax: 02 9646 8622
Attending Auburn Police Station
If you have been contacted by Police and requested to attend Auburn Police Station in New South Wales you are under no obligation to attend. However, that being said if the police believe they have sufficient evidence against you they may arrest you at a time and place that may not suit you.
Should You be Interviewed By Police at Auburn Police Station?
Once you are at Auburn Police Station, it is likely that the police will want to interview you often with the intention to gather incriminating evidence against you.
The decision as to whether to take part in an interview is often a difficult one to make and there are often advantages and disadvantages of doing so. Each case is unique and you should obtain legal advice before doing so.
It should be made clear that no unfavourable inference can be drawn from a person refusing or failing to answer one or more questions in the course of official questioning.
However, there are a number of laws that require a person to provide a response to police. If the person fails to provide a response, the person may be guilty of a criminal offence.