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Online Crime Reporting

Welcome to the Edmonton Police Service Citizen Online Police Reporting Service.

For your convenience: West Division, Southeast Division, and Downtown Division are equipped with computers specifically for reporting these 5 incident types.

The Edmonton Police Service encourages citizens and visitors to our city to report all crimes that occur in Edmonton.

If this is an Emergency please call 911.

To start your online report, select the appropriate incident type from below. Please ensure the information you enter is accurate or your report will be returned for clarification. For more information, please see the Frequently Asked Questions.

Property Damage

Damage to Property

Definition: Someone has vandalized or defaced your property.
Examples: Graffiti, Rock thrown through a house window, smashed exterior light on house
Damaged Vehicle

Damage to Vehicle

Definition: Someone has vandalized or defaced your vehicle.
Examples: Slashed tires; keyed exterior of vehicle

Lost Property

Definition: Your possessions are lost or missing.
Examples: Leaving personal items in a restaurant; lost wallet or purse

Theft from Vehicle, under $5,000

Definition: Property was taken from your vehicle without your permission (excluding license plates).
Examples: Stereo, auto accessories, vehicle parts stolen from a vehicle
property theft

Theft under $5,000

Definition: Something you or your business owns is taken without your consent. Lost property is not a theft.
Examples: Bike stolen out of your yard; cell phone stolen from a locker

The personal information in this online report will be collected, used and disclosed for the purposes outlined in Sections 33 to 43 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIPP) Act and other legal requirements where they are consistent with the FOIPP Act. If you have any questions regarding the collection of information, contact the Edmonton Police Service, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Unit, 9620 – 103 A Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 0H7.

Crime Stoppers

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The Edmonton Police Service is looking for assistance in solving crimes and identifying the individuals depicted in surveillance still photos. If you have a tip and want to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.