The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) monitors, enforces, and investigates road safety issues throughout Halton region and works to improve road safety on an ongoing basis for our community. 

Traffic safety and enforcement (e.g. distracted driving, impaired driving, speeding, school zone violations, and commercial motor vehicle infractions) have been identified by the Halton community as a key priority for the HRPS.

Do you have a road safety concern or traffic concern to report?

Road safety is a shared responsibility

Learn more about how the HRPS is working to maintain traffic safety, and how you can contribute to road safety, by exploring the following pages:

Distracted Driving

It is a provincial offence under the Highway Traffic Act for drivers to talk, text, or email using a hand held device while operating their vehicle. Make it a habit to put your handheld device out of reach as soon as you enter your vehicle.

Speeding and Aggressive Driving

Speeding and aggressive driving behaviours are extremely dangerous. You should obey posted speed limits and adjust your speed to road and weather conditions.

School Zones

Motorists are encouraged to slow down on all roads across the region, especially in and around school zones. Always watch for pedestrians and pay attention to school crossing guards escorting children across busy intersections.

Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMV)

The HRPS continues to address concerns with commercial motor vehicles on area roadways. District traffic officers and Regional Commercial Motor Vehicle officers partner on various CMV education and enforcement initiatives throughout the year.