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Calgary Police Service

Calgary Police Service

Our Commitment to Anti-Racism

In September of 2020, we committed to the CPC, City Council and the public

Learn about our progress

Physical distancing and mask requirements are in effect at all police facilities. Many of our front counter areas have limited occupancy due to capacity restrictions and will require you to call in upon arrival. This may mean line ups outside the building are required, please come prepared for the weather conditions. A list of district offices and their contact information can be located here.

We are also enhancing our online reporting system and are working to expand categories. Additionally, Police Information Checks can be done through the online application process (ePIC).

How to Report

Emergency Line

9-1-1. Emergency or crime in progress

Non-emergency Line

403-266-1234. All public saftey matters and reports of crime not in progress

Non-injury Collisions

Report collisions in person at your local district office. Visit the district locations page for more information.

Online Reporting

Online Reporting. Damage to property, lost property, theft, car prowlings, attempted stolen vehicle, theft of credit/debit cards used in fraud, and break & enter into unlocked premise other than residential.

Police Information Checks

Online applications available here. If you have questions call 403-428-2052.

Alarm Bylaw

Applications can be submitted by email:, and payments can be done over the phone: 403-428-8336.

Ticket Control Unit

Questions about tickets can be referred to 403-428-5991.

Correspondence Unit

Request for information or documents can be submitted by email:, and payments can be made over the phone: 403-428-5922.


In an emergency always call 911

Non-emergency 403-266-1234