Safety & Policing

If you are experiencing an emergency, such as a fire, crime in progress or a life-threatening medical emergency, dial 9-1-1.

Report Emergencies and On-Going Incidents
In cases of emergency, where the safety of people or property is at risk, call 911. For non-emergency situations that require the attention of the police, you can reach the non-emergency dispatcher at 416-808-2222 or file a report online. If you wish to remain anonymous, please reach out to Crime Stoppers at 222tips.com, or call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Residents are encouraged to report all crimes they have witnessed. In many cases, police do not receive calls or reports when multiple persons encounter crime and assume another party will follow-up. Reporting all criminal incidents allows for the effective tracking of crime-related statistics and is a critical factor in the distribution of Police resources.

If your incident:

  • Requires IMMEDIATE police attendance or a lengthy on-scene investigation;
  • Is related to domestic violence;
  • Involves an emotionally disturbed person;
  • Involves the reporting of theft of e-Bike;
  • Is motivated by hate bias;

Please call the Toronto Police at 416-808-2222 and DO NOT submit your report online.

File a Police Report Online

Toronto Community Housing Safety
At Toronto Community Housing the safety of our communities is a top priority. Like all Torontonians, TCH residents have the right to be safe in their neighbourhoods. Learn more about community safety units, security cameras in your vicinity, community outreach in your area, eviction for cause notices, and crime prevention. If you are a TCHC resident, contact your Community Safety Unit at 416-921-2323 to report noise disturbances, loitering, or trespassing.

Streets to Home program
Provides street outreach services and housing follow-up supports to assist people who are sleeping outdoors or who are street-involved to find and keep housing. If you see someone who appears to be in need of assistance like this, you can call Streets to Homes' Assessment and Referral Centre 24 hours a day at 416-392-0090.

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Phone: 416-392-7903
Constituency Office: 100 Queen St W A5, Toronto, ON, M5H 2N2