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Definition: A hate incident is a non-criminal action committed against a person or property, motivated in whole or in part by the suspect’s hate, bias or prejudice towards an identifiable group based on real or perceived colour, race, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual identity, gender identity or expression, mental or physical disability, or any other similar factor.
Examples: Racial comments or slurs, offensive symbols.
Definition: Any sexual contact where consent is not given, consent is revoked, or you are unable to consent due to incapacitation.
Examples: Touched in a sexual manner by a stranger (i.e. on a bus, in a pool), or by a known person (i.e. partner, co-worker), forced sexual intercourse or acts.
Definition: Any category of crime that includes break and enters, damage to property, damage to vehicle, lost property, theft from vehicle under $5,000, or theft under $5,000.
Examples: Detached garage door kicked in and tools, bikes, etc. may have been stolen. Leaving personal items in a restaurant; lost wallet or purse. Bike stolen out of your yard; or cell phone stolen from a locker.
If you have difficulties while entering your report, please call the online reporting help line at 780-391-6001. Please note that this number is only available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Filing a false police report is a criminal offence.
To report other crime types, call the non-emergency line at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile or report in person at the nearest Police Station.
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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.