The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) provides for protection of life and property, preservation of public peace, prevention and detection of crime, regulation of noncriminal conduct as required by law. They provide community policing, crime prevention, victim support, traffic safety/ enforcement and many other services.
Dial 780-423-4567 or #377 (mobile devices within city limits) when there is no need for an immediate response.
The Police Evaluator who takes your call will assess the appropriate service for your needs.
This can range from a police unit being dispatched to your location to advice on how to file a report.
- If you require the attendance of a police officer at your location, but there is NOT a crime in progress
- If you require advice on how to proceed with a criminal report
- A non-violent crime has already been committed, and there are no suspects or evidence
- You are involved in a vehicle collision but have not sustained injuries, and your vehicle is driveable
- Your bike or personal property was stolen
- Your vehicle was broken into and items were stolen
- Your property or valuables were vandalized
- You see suspicious persons or activities
- You need to find out how to bail someone out of jail
- You have a general question about policing
Report a Crime Online
Online reporting is a convenient reporting option that can provide you with a copy of the police report and a police file number.
Please note that online reporting is not meant to replace other forms of crime reporting. If you are not comfortable reporting an incident online, you can still visit a police station, call 780-423-4567 or #377 from your mobile.
Collision Reporting Centre
If you are involved in a collision within Edmonton city limits, it must be reported at a Collision Reporting Centre.