Halton Regional Police Service
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Halton Regional Police Service
2485 North Service Road West
Oakville, Ontario, L6M 3H8

Telephone (Voice): 905-825-4777

Telephone (Automated): 905-825-4747

Telephone (North): 905-878-5511 or 519-853-2111

Fax: 905-825-9416

TDD: 1-800-990-8199

Email: Info@haltonpolice.ca
Note: The above email address is not monitored 24/7. Call 9-1-1 in an emergency. This email does not accept reports for service.

Call 9-1-1 in an emergency:

What is an emergency?

An emergency includes those situations when lives are at risk or there is severe bodily injury, the loss or destruction of property is at risk, or a crime is in progress or has just occurred. This includes:

  • Armed robbery
  • Domestic disturbances with violence
  • Crimes actually in progress (where the suspects can be seen doing the crime)
    • Assault
    • Break & enter
    • Impaired driving
    • Theft
    • Mischief
    • Vandalism
  • Injury collisions
  • Fire and medical emergencies

Call 905-825-4747 or 905-825-4777 in a non-emergency

What is a non-emergency?

A non-emergency consists of the sharing of crime and disorder information with police, or an incident that requires police assistance but not an immediate police response because: lives are not at risk and there are no bodily injuries; the identified crime or disorder has occurred in the past and there is no immediate threat to person or property.

Visit a police station to complete a report or ask questions

Why visit a police station nearest you?

  • Your report will help police identify ongoing crime and disorder problems in your area
  • You will save yourself time
  • You will get personal, face-to-face service
  • You will help police respond faster to emergency calls

What types of concerns can be addressed at police stations?

  • Most offences that are not in progress, including theft, mischief, assault, fraud, indecent exposure, threats, obscene phone calls, parking problems, neighbour conflicts, traffic complaints, etc.
  • Lost and found property, including bicycles, wallets, purses, etc.
  • Follow-up information to a previously reported incident.

Click on the appropriate link for information on how best to reach the Halton Regional Police Service:

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The Halton Regional Police Service welcomes inquiries and feedback from the people we serve.