Montréal's

Police


Online Police Report

You can complete a police report online without having to go to the local station. If the offence did not take place in the Montréal Island area, you will have to contact the local police department where it occurred. If there was a suspect or witness, or the incident has a hateful connotation, call 9-1-1.

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

6 types of reports may be done online

Theft


Theft in or on a vehicle
Purse snatching (without violence)
Bicycle theft
Petty larceny
Pickpocketing (on you, without your knowledge)

Mischief

Material damage

Lost item

Item was not stolen but you can no longer find it

Hit and run

A motor accident without witnesses and your knowledge
See pictures specifications (required)
Graffiti

Drawing or inscription on wall or structure
See pictures specifications (required)

Graffiti on vehicle Drawing or inscription on vehicle
See pictures specifications (required)

 

After submitting the report, a temporary number will be automatically sent to you by email. All communication will be done by email. Your report will be reviewed and if any changes are required, you will be sent a request for changes. Once the report is corrected and approved, you will receive an official event number by email, as well as a PDF copy of the report.

Make sure you have a valid email address as well as the date and location of the crime and information on the vehicle involved, if applicable.

If you meet these criteria and the type of incident that occurred appears on the list above, you may file your report.

By clicking on the button below, you agree to the conditions and can start completing your report. Submitting a false report is considered to be a criminal offence subject to prosecution for public mischief (Section 140 of the Criminal Code).

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Confidentiality

The information contained in the forms that you complete online will be handled confidentially in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (S.C. 2000, c. 5) and the 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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