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Online police report

For all emergencies or crimes in progress, dial 9-1-1 immediately

It is now possible to file a police report online. This service is available so that you no longer have to go to a police station to file certain types of reports. If the incident happened off the Island of Montreal, please refer to the police service where it occurred. If this incident involves the description of suspects or the presence of witnesses, you must file the report by calling 9-1-1.

If you believe you have been the victim of a telemarketing fraud or pyramid scheme, you must contact the RCMP.

3 types of reports can be filed online 

  • Theft (ex: theft in a vehicle, theft of a hand bag, etc.)
  • Vandalism (ex: dent in a car door, rock thrown through a living room window, etc.)
  • Lost object (ex: object that you can no longer find but was not stolen)

*** EXCEPTION : A hit and run cannot be processed by the Internet report. You must call 9-1-1 or go to the neighbourhood police station to file the report.

Submitting your online police report

Once your report is completed, you will transmit it. In response, you will receive a confirmation, via your email address, that your report has been received. This email will also include a temporary reference number. Your report will be verified by a reviewer and you will be notified, by email, if additional information or modifications are required. Upon completion of the report, you will receive, again by email, the official report number and an attached PDF copy of that report.

Please ensure you know the date and approximate times within which the incident occurred, prior to filing your report. If a vehicle is involved, we will need all the pertinent information pertaining to that vehicle.

If the incident that you want to report is one of the three types mentioned above and all the criteria have been met, you are ready to file your ONLINE CITIZEN REPORT.

Frequently asked Questions

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Filing a false report is considered a criminal offence
(See article 140 of the criminal code)


By clicking on this button, you accept the terms and conditions and begin your online report.

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The information provided in the forms you complete (directly online) will be treated confidentially in conformity with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Document Act (S.C. 2000, chapter 5) and An Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information (R.S.Q., c.A-2.1). 

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