Welcome to Halton Regional Police Service ROAD WATCH ONLINE Police Reporting
Please read the entire page before determining if the incident you wish to report qualifies for ROAD WATCH ONLINE reporting. If it does NOT meet all of the ROAD WATCH reporting criteria below and it is NOT an emergency, please call 905-825-4777 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.
ROAD WATCH© is a community driven program encouraging anonymous reporting of incidents involving dangerous and/or aggressive driving, * NOT motor vehicle collisions. A dangerous or aggressive driver should never be approached or confronted by a citizen. Citizens are encouraged to document specific details of ROAD WATCH incidents using the ROAD WATCH ONLINE report. These reports will be viewed by a police officer and if deemed appropriate, a letter may be sent to the registered vehicle owner encouraging all who drive their vehicle to do so in a safe and responsible manner.
Complainants always remain anonymous unless they choose to submit a detailed police report which could result with charges being laid. Such a report may also require the complainant to attend court.
Incomplete reports submitted will NOT be acted upon by the Halton Regional Police Service.
A vehicle licence plate number MUST be included in a ROAD WATCH report.
Possible ROAD WATCH ONLINE reports could include:
Reports must be filed by the actual complainant. To submit a report, click on the below ROAD WATCH link.
NOTE: Please turn off any pop-up blocking software before filing the report.
The mission of the Halton Community ROAD WATCH Program is to reduce aggressive driving on the streets and highways of Halton Region. The Halton Community ROAD WATCH Program encourages the community to take responsibility for their driving behavior and attitudes.
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.