SUBMIT A COMMUNITY SAFETY CONCERN
Members of the public can submit a Community Safety Concern for an ongoing issue where criminal or anti-social behaviours are negatively impacting the quality of life in your neighbourhood.
For Traffic or Parking issues, or to report crimes you can visit our Online Reporting section.
Keep in mind, some concerns in your community may not be addressed by police, and may be bylaw infractions, such as a noise complaint for a barking dog or someone operation a business illegally. Call 3-1-1 or visit 311Toronto.ca for City of Toronto services or programs.
To link people to government as well as community-led organizations providing social services such as mental health and housing suppports, you can call 2-1-1 or visit 2-1-1 Central.
Call police at 9-1-1 if you have an emergency, such as an immediate risk to a person or property, or our non-emergency line at 416-808-2222 for all other assistance.
For reporting Theft Under $5,000 l Parking Complaint l Driving Complaint l Local Neighbourhood Traffic
Issue or Concern l Damage to Property Under $5,000 l Damage to Vehicle Under $5,000 l Theft from
Vehicle Under $5,000 l Graffiti vandalism on private property l Theft of Gas (from a gas station) l Fraud
Graffiti and Vandalism
Report a Crime Online
Community Safety Concerns
This reporting allows you to connect with your local officers to flag ongoing concerns in your neighbourhood.
External Partner Reporting
In many situations the City of Toronto, Toronto Hydro, and other government and community agencies may be able to assist you with concerns in your community.