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Visit a Community or Divisional Station

Why should I visit my Divisional station?

  1. Your report will help police identify ongoing crime and disorder problems in your area. All information shared by the public is valuable and will help police to better identify trends and develop potential solutions.
  2. You will save yourself time. By choosing to visit a divisional station to report a non-emergency problem, you don't have to wait around for police to show up. Non-emergency or routine service calls can take several hours for a patrol car to respond during busy times. By visiting a police station, you can choose a time that is convenient for you, and the process usually takes less than 30 minutes.
  3. You will get personal service. There's nothing better than being able to talk face-to-face with a police officer and have your questions and concerns addressed immediately.
  4. You will receive a file number and copy of your statement, or a copy of your collision report once completed.
  5. You will help police respond faster to emergency calls. Patrol cars should be used primarily for emergency calls when lives or property are at risk or a crime is in progress. This includes break & enters, robberies, assaults, and injury collisions. It is not a good use of police resources to have a patrol car ties up with a minor theft complaint that could be better handled at a divisional station.

What you can report at a station

  • For any type of collision that meets the requirements to report at a station, the public should bring licenses, vehicle documents, a body shop estimate and/or photos of damages for verification
  • Hit and Run Collisions
  • Property Damage Collisions where vehicles are drivable and damage is over $2000 combined. Injury Collisions where immediate first aid is not required and injuries are minor in nature and vehicles are drivable
  • Frauds under $5,000.00
  • Lost property (includes lost medication, identification, or personal belongings). Prepare to bring other identification or documentation to verify your identity
  • Found Property (that can be carried into a station)
  • Theft from vehicle if your ID or vehicle documents were stolen (Identification will need to be verified)
  • OPTIONAL: Turning in guns or ammunition for destruction. Important: you MUST have the property remain in your vehicle until a member retrieves it. If you cannot bring it to a station, please call the complaint line at 780-423-4567.

Please know that all stations are closed on Statutory Holidays!

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