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When to use Online Crime Reporting

Online citizen police reporting allows you to submit reports for certain crime types that meet specific criteria. Online Reporting is available if:

  • it is not an emergency.
  • the incident occurred within the Edmonton City Limits.
  • you have a valid email address.
  • you are reporting on behalf of yourself or as an authorized representative of a business.
  • this is not a motor vehicle collision.
  • there are no known suspects.
  • there are no surveillance cameras in the area the crime was committed.
  • there is no evidence that requires an officer to come to the scene. Officers can be contacted using the  Online Reporting Help Line (780-391-6001) to discuss any possible evidence to determine if an incident can be reported online.
  • the theft or loss does not involve a firearm, licence plate, vehicle, passport, visa immigration document, citizen card, government issued funds, prescription drugs or drug prescriptions.
  • the theft did not occur in an underground parkade/garage.
  • your credit card or debit card was lost/stolen, the card has been cancelled and there has been no unauthorized use of the card.

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.