Please read the following information to determine if your incident qualifies for Online Reporting
Your report may be considered in use as a Guelph Police Service press release. If you would prefer to not be included on a press release please add that in your report.
You should dial 9-1-1 if this incident...
- Is an emergency.
- Is in progress.
- Is an immediate danger to yourself or someone else.
If this incident does NOT meet all of the criteria above (it is a non-emergency) but meets ANY of the criteria below:
- If you have a known suspect.
- If you are in possession of any evidence.
- If the value of the theft, loss or property damage is more than $5,000.
- If the incident occurred outside of the City of Guelph.
- If someone broke into your home or business.
- If this is a motor vehicle collision.
- If this is a theft or loss of a firearm.
- If this is a theft or loss of Federal Government issued personal identification documents.
- If this is related to any form of personal violence including domestic violence.
- If this is related to any kind of vandalism or graffiti that could be described as hate motivated.
Call 519-824-1212 or go to the Guelph Police Service Headquarters at 15 Wyndham St. S, Guelph, do NOT file an Online Report.
The following incidents qualify for Online Reports:
- Damage/mischief to a vehicle (other than by a collision and under $5,000).
- Damage/mischief to property (under $5,000).
- Theft (under $5,000).
- Theft from vehicle (under $5,000).
- Lost property (under $5,000).
- Lost or stolen drivers licences.
- Stolen licence plates
What you will need to file an Online Report:
- The report must be filed by the owner of the lost, stolen or damaged property or by an authorized representative.
- A valid email address, complete incident address, and contact address information.
- A drivers licence, ownership and/or insurance information (if applicable).
NOTE: Filing a false police report is a criminal offense.
Once a report is submitted, you will receive a temporary reference number. We will try to have your submission reviewed by an officer within 72 hours. When an officer has been assigned to review your report, an official occurrence number will be sent to you.
NOTE: Please turn off any pop-up blocking software before completing the Online Report