Reporting a Crime Online

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 The Lakeshore Regional Police Service (LRPS) now offers online crime reporting.
 If your crime is an emergency call 911
 
In order to report your crime online the crime has to of been committed within the communities that the Lakeshore Regional Police Service polices. These communities are: 
  • Sawridge First Nation
  • Swan River First Nation
  • Driftpile Cree Nation
  • Sucker Creek First Nation
  • Kapaweno First Nation
 
Crimes you can report online:
  • Theft from vehicle
  • Property damage
  • Lost items 
  • Stolen items

In order to report a crime online, the offense must have no known suspects or witnesses (name, license plate, etc.). There has to be no evidence left behind by the suspect(s). The value of the theft, property damage, lost items or stolen items has to be less than $5,000. The crime must not involve the theft or loss of a firearm. The crime must not be related to any form of personal violence including domestic violence. In order to report a crime online, you must have a valid email address. 

Any other crimes that do not meet this criteria must be reported by doing one of the following:

  • Attend the Lakeshore Regional Police Detachment and speak to a LRPS Employee
  • Contact the LRPS at ph 1-855-299-0138 and speak with a LRPS Employee

 

 Please note that filing a false report is a crime and you could be charged. 

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