Community Concerns Online Reporting

Welcome to the York Regional Police community concerns online reporting system.

This reporting system is for concerns of ongoing behaviour or activity in your community. If the activity you are reporting is a single incident of suspicious activity or behaviour or if the activity involves the commission of an offence, please contact York Regional Police at 1-866-876-5423 to report the activity or incident. Concerns that you are able to report include ongoing traffic violations at one particular intersection, loitering activity at public parks or plazas, graffiti at a local school or any ongoing activity that affects the enjoyment of your community.

Once a submission is received by York Regional Police, the information will be reviewed by a police officer.
The officer will,
(a)  Review the complaint to ensure it meets our criteria
(b)  Check the database to determine if there is a File already open to address the concern being reported;
(c)  If a File is already open, any new information will be added and you will be informed that your concern is already on file;
(d)  If no File exists, the officer will initiate a File and provide you with the File number.
(e)  You will be updated regarding any action that has been taken within 15 days of receiving the complaint.
(f)  If the report does not meet the criteria, you will be notified.

Community concerns online reporting criteria:

  • You MUST provide your name AND address
  • You MUST provide a valid email address
  • You MUST provide a valid telephone number
  • You MUST provide your date of birth
  • You MUST provide your gender
  • You MUST disable your computer’s pop-up blocking software before you may proceed

Please note:

  • Filing a false police report is a criminal offence
  • You may be contacted by email or telephone if further information is required

Please select the type of report and then click the link to start report





Painting, marking in identifiable patterns (If hate related, please call polic and click here for details)

Disorderly Use

Liquor consumption outside of licenced premises

Illicit drug use

Lingering in a location without purpose (Loitering)



Quantities of garbage beyond what is considered “littering”.


School Bus related infractions

Speeding infractions

Railway crossing infractions

Stop Sign infractions

Interfere with the flow of traffic

Red light infractions

Pedestrian Crossing complaints

School Zone infractions

Street Racing complaints

Any recurring traffic infractions