Make a Driving Complaint
Driving complaints can be made regarding behaviours like speeding, unsafe lane changes, disobeying of traffic lights or failure to stop at stop signs.
A Driving Complaint is to report specific driver and vehicle involved in unlawful behaviour such as speeding, unsafe lane changes, disobeying traffic lights and failing to stop at a stop sign.
In order to submit a report for a specific driving complaint, a brief description of the vehicle is also required to validate the licence plate information.
A detailed description of the incident should be submitted. Providing as much information as possible will help to ensure that action will be taken against the suspect vehicle owner.
Once a submission is received by the Toronto Police Service, the information will be reviewed by a police officer for follow-up action or, if deemed appropriate, a letter will be sent to the owner of a vehicle outlining the date, time and location of the incident. The letter will also include important messages encouraging the owner to ensure all who drive their vehicles do so in a safe and responsible manner.
The following cannot be reported online:
An incident that occurred outside the City of Toronto or on any 400 series highways such as the 401 or 427. Please report to the Ontario Provincial Police,
If the incident resulted in a collision, please call the police for further instructions. Or report to a Collision Reporting Centre,
If the identity of the driver is known to you, call our non-emergency line at 416-808-2222.