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Report a Crime Online

Welcome to the Winnipeg Police Service Citizen Online Police Report System.

Please note: These reports are not reviewed in real time. FOR EMERGENCIES OR CRIMES IN PROGRESS – CALL 9-1-1.

You Can File an Online Report If:

  • The offence is not an emergency
  • The offence occurred within the City of Winnipeg
  • There are no known suspects
  • This does not involve a theft of vehicle, utility trailer or license plate.
  • The value of the theft, loss or property damage is LESS THAN $5,000
  • You have a valid email address
  • This does not involve a motor vehicle collision
  • This does not involve the theft or loss of a firearm
  • This does not involve the theft or loss of medication
  • This is not related to any form of personal violence including domestic violence, an assault or a robbery
  • This is not related to any kind of vandalism or graffiti that could be described as hate motivated
  • You reside in Canada

If your incident does not meet the criteria above, and does not fall into a category below, please call the police non-emergency line at 204-986-6222 or visit any Winnipeg Police Service Centre.


Crimes That Can Be Reported Online:

Following is a list of incident types that can be entered using the internet.
Please select one from the list below and continue.

Filing a false police report is a crime.

Break and enter into outbuilding
  • Entry gained to a shed or detached garage without permission.
  • Entry may occur by lock being cut, or door to detached garage being forced or kicked in, or entry by locked door.
  • Examples include items such as tools, bikes, etc. that are removed from within a detached garage or shed.
  • Please note: Break and enters or attempts to residence, attached garage or business cannot be reported online.
Damage/Mischief to Property (under $5000)
  • Damage to Property involves changing, modifying, or defacing property.
  • Examples include graffiti, broken windows and other acts of vandalism.
  • Please note: Arson, break and enters or attempts to residence, attached garage or business cannot be reported online.
Damage/Mischief to Vehicle (under $5000)
  • Damage to Vehicle involves vandalizing or defacing a vehicle.
  • Examples include broken windows, keying, slashed tires
  • Ignition damage is an attempt theft of vehicle and is not eligible for online reporting.
  • Please note: Hit and Run incidents must be reported to police in person.
Lost Property
  • Lost Property involves any material goods that are missing or lost.
  • Examples include currency, jewelry, keys, laptop computer, personal identification.
  • Please note: Lost firearms or medication cannot be reported online.

Supplemental Report
  • If you have already filed a police report or an online report that has been approved and you have an official police report number, you may file an online report to add additional information to your original report.
  • This may include sharing information on additional property discovered missing after you filed a report, or if you found property that you previously reported lost or stolen.
  • You will be asked to enter your original police occurrence # beginning with C R or E. (C120123456, R120123456, E120123456)
Theft (under $5000)
  • Theft involves someone taking property without your permission. This includes shoplifting and theft of gas.
  • Examples include theft of a bicycle, lawnmower, tools, or other tangible item(s) from a yard, gym locker, public space or a retail store.
  • Please note: Break and enters or attempts to residence, attached garage or business cannot be reported online. )
Theft from Vehicle (under $5000)
  • Theft from Vehicle involves taking of property from within a vehicle without the owner’s permission. Ignition damage is an attempt theft of vehicle and is not eligible for online reporting.
  • Examples include the theft of a car stereo, vehicle parts, laptop computer, or other tangible item(s) from a locked or unlocked vehicle.
  • If your vehicle sustained damage, you will be asked to provide a description of the damage and estimated value. (excluding: theft of firearms or License plates.)

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