Community Safety

Reporting Crime & Protecting Your Home


Where life, safety, or property is in immediate danger or there is a crime in progress - call the Emergency Number 911.

For suspicious behaviour or a crime that has already happened:
  • Call the non-emergency line at 780-423-4567
  • Or from an Edmonton mobile phone call #377
  • Or report it using  Online Crime Reporting
  • If you see something out of sorts, it is good to tell your neighbhours, but also tell the police.
  • When reporting suspicious behaviour articulate why you think this is suspicious. Be clear in the details.
    Report it, no matter how minor you think it is, because all the little details, put together, form the big pictures.
It is important to report suspicious behaviour. This data is collected and may result in more patrols in our neighbourhood.

 Edmonton Police Service - Neighbourhood Crime Map

Crimes can happen in the middle of the day, when you are at home or away.
 Protecting Your Home - Edmonton Police Service

Neighbourhood Response


 Neighbourhood Response is a directory of phone numbers to contact in specific situations. 911 is always the Emergency Number for medical, police and fire. Developed by the Neighbourhood Empowerment Team :: City of Edmonton
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 CRIME PREVENTION - Through Environmental Design


A quick and practical guide to steps Edmontonians can take to make their property safer.

COVID-19 Info & Support Programs

City of Edmonton  Ongoing City Updates including Libraries, Rec Centres, Events, Garage Sales, Transit, Road Use, Waste. What's open or allowed, and what is not.
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