If you are safe and there is no emergency, sense of urgency or crime in progress, reports can be filed quickly and easily online. Residents affected by a crime, observing something unusual, out of character or is a nuisance for their neighbourhood should immediately file an Online Police Report through tps.ca/report/.
There are currently a variety of different incidents for which you can file an Online Police Report, ranging from parking complaints to fraud and theft. Based on the questions and concerns that affect most communities, we have listed below a few examples to provide more detail.
For more information, please visit: tps.ca/services/online-reporting/
Unlawful behaviour exhibited by a specific driver or vehicle, such as speeding, unsafe lane changes, disobeying traffic lights and failing to stop at a stop sign can be reported.
Local Neighbourhood Traffic Issues or Concerns
Ongoing traffic concerns in your neighbourhood, such as street racing, motorists ignoring a stop sign, speeding by motorists on a specific roadway.
Graffiti and Vandalism
Graffiti and vandalism reports can be made related to any damage, writings or drawings made to property that was placed without authorization from the owner.
For a complete list of reportable incidents, please visit: tps.ca/report/