911 in an EMERGENCY ONLY
DIAL 9 – 1 – 1 for all life threatening situations & crimes in progress
In all cases of an emergency involving a life threatening situation, or a crime in progress, dial 911 immediately. Your call will be answered by an Operator who will direct your call to Police, Fire or Ambulance.
*Impaired drivers are considered EMERGENCIES. Please call 911 to Curb the Danger.
It is very important to state your emergency clearly, and to verify the location that you are calling from.
Dial 780-423-4567 or #377 (#377 access only works within city limits)
When to call #377:
Break and Enters into homes/businesses
Child Abuse/Welfare concerns
Property damage collisions where vehicles are not drivable
Parking Offences/abandoned autos
Frauds over $5,000.00
Reporting at a police station:
The following can be reported at you nearest police station:
- Hit and Run Collisions
- Property Damage Collisions where vehicles are drivable
- Frauds under $5,000.00
- Driving complaints (Distracted Drivers)
Please visit Divisions & Locations to find the closest police station to you and times of operation.
- Theft from/Mischief to Autos under $5000
- Damage to Vehicle (not collision related)
- Damage to Property
- Lost/Found Property
- Thefts/Mischiefs under $5000
- Break and Enter into a detached garage or shed
- Attempted Break and Enter into a detached garage or shed
Just Call 2-1-1
You can help before police or emergency services are needed!
When you see someone in distress, Just Call 211 and press "3" to dispatch the 24/7 Crisis Diversion Team. This service should be used when you see someone:
- Experiencing a medical or mental health (non-emergency) crisis
- There is a potential safety concern for the individual involved
- Possibly intoxicated or otherwise impaired
By calling 211, you can provide someone with the proper aid and emergency resources can continue to focus on emergencies. See REACH Edmonton for more information.
Contact EPS during regular business hours
9620 - 103A Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
To email the EPS, please use the form below.
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Be advised the Edmonton Police Service will NOT respond to reports of crime or calls for service via email or by fax. To report a crime online, please use our Online Crime Reporting service.