You should dial 9-1-1 if an incident is:

  • an emergency
  • in progress
  • an immediate danger to yourself or someone else

Reporting a Non-Emergency

If you’re not in an emergency situation and no person or property is in immediate danger, please call our 24-hour non-emergency phone number 519-824-1212 or TTY 1-866-513-8062.

Filing a false police report is a criminal offense.

You must call us if:

  • you have a known suspect
  • you are in possession of any evidence
  • the value of the theft, loss or property damage is more than $5,000
  • someone broke into your home or business
  • this is a motor vehicle collision
  • this is a theft or loss of a firearm
  • this is a theft or loss of Federal Government issued personal identification documents
  • this is related to any form of personal violence including domestic violence
  • this is related to any kind of vandalism or graffiti that could be described as hate motivated

If the incident occurred outside of the City of Guelph, call Wellington County OPP at 1-888-310-1122.

Filing an Online Report

The following incidents qualify for Online Reports:

  • Damage or mischief to a vehicle (other than by a collision and under $5,000)
  • Damage or mischief to property (under $5,000)
  • Lost or stolen drivers licences
  • Lost property (under $5,000)
  • Stolen licence plates
  • Theft (under $5,000)
  • Theft from vehicle (under $5,000)

To file an online report, you’ll need:

  • Your email address and contact information
  • The incident address
  • A drivers licence, ownership, and insurance information (if applicable)

Report Online

Once you’ve submitted your report, you will receive a temporary reference number. We will try to have your submission reviewed by an officer within 72 hours. When we’ve assigned an officer to review your report, we’ll send you an official occurrence number.

Crime Stoppers

Incorporated in 1988, Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington is a non-profit charitable program which combines the best efforts of the media, the community and the police in the fight against crime. Our goal is to promote awareness within the community and continue to educate our students and the public in making our community safer. 
 

Although our area of operation is Wellington County, you can anonymously submit tips about any crime that occurred anywhere by clicking here.

Crime Stoppers IS NOT THE POLICE. To find out more about how Crime Stoppers works, including a list of frequently asked questions, click here.

1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

www.csgw.tips