Reporting a Crime
When someone reports a crime, they have an opportunity to deal with the harm done to them or others. Reporting crime gives the police the chance to help protect the victim and put them in touch with people who can help. When someone reports a crime, they are also taking the first step to help prevent more crimes and protect others from the same experience.
Police are here to help. If someone has information about a crime that has or may be committed or names of people involved in a crime, even if it happened a long time ago, the police want hear about.
Who Can Report a Crime
How to Report a Crime
To report a crime go to a police station, speak to a police officer, phone police and, in some communities, report over the Internet (online). Anyone can report a crime anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers. For more information, please visit: How to Report a Crime.
Young Person and Child Safety
Everyone has a legal obligation to report situations where a child or young person (under 19) is being abused, neglected, put at risk or needs protection. To make a report, call the Helpline for Children.
Visit How to Report a Crime for more information.