Report Crime Online
Please read the entire page before determining if the incident you wish to report qualifies for ONLINE reporting. If it does NOT meet all of the ONLINE reporting criteria below and it is NOT an emergency, call 905-878-5511 or attend your closest police station.
NOTE: Filing a false police report is a criminal offence.
If you answer YES to any of the below questions, call 9-1-1 immediately.
- Is this an emergency?
- Is the incident in progress?
- Is there an immediate danger posed to yourself or someone else?
If none of the above are true and you would like to proceed with an ONLINE police report please make sure your incident meets all of the below criteria
- The value of the theft, loss or property damage is LESS THAN $5,000
- The incident occurred within the Region of Halton (Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills). Click here for a map.
- You have a valid email address.
- There are NO known suspects.
- Someone did NOT break into your home or business.
- This is NOT a motor vehicle collision.
- This is NOT a theft or attempted theft of a vehicle or vehicle license plate.
- This is NOT a theft or loss of a firearm.
- This is NOT a theft or loss of License Plates or any Government issued Personal Identification documents.
- This is NOT related to any form of personal violence including domestic violence.
- This is NOT related to any kind of vandalism or graffiti that could be described as hate motivated.
- This is NOT filed on behalf of a third party. Reports must be filed by the actual complainant, owner or authorized representative.
To submit a report, click on one of the below report types to continue:
Theft from Vehicle
Vandalism to Property/Willful Damage
Vandalism to Vehicle/Willful Damage
NOTE: Please turn off any pop-up blocking software before filing the report.
Remember, if your report does NOT meet the criteria listed above or did NOT recently occur within the jurisdiction of the Halton Regional Police Service, you will need to attend your closest police station or phone the Halton Regional Police Service non-emergency phone line at 905-878-5511 for further assistance.
After you submit your completed ONLINE police report, you will:
- See the words: "Your ONLINE police report has been submitted" indicating your police report is complete.
- Be notified by email of a temporary case number (until your report has been reviewed).
What to expect after using the system:
- All reports filed using the HRPS ONLINE Police Reporting System will be reviewed within 2 - 4 business days.
- You may be contacted if after review, it is determined your case requires further investigation or you have indicated you would like a call back.
Personal information provided through the Halton Regional Police Service ONLINE Police Reporting System is collected pursuant to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for law enforcement purposes. Questions regarding the collection of this information should be directed to the Freedom of Information Coordinator of the Halton Regional Police Service.