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the Citizen Online Police Reporting System
2012, the Winnipeg Police Service launched the Citizen Online Police Reporting
System, an online reporting system that allows citizens to
electronically report non-violent incidents where there are no suspects. This
initiative was part of the Service’s Strategic Plan to improve public access to
police processes through technological and electronic enhancements and has
proven to a be popular reporting option.
The Citizen Online Police Reporting
System eases the amount of time victims of crime spend reporting incidents. The
system also provides the Service with better data for crime analysis and
deployment of resources and enables better management of call volumes through
the Service’s Communications Centre.
In 2016, in an effort to
continuously improve the service provided to the citizens and businesses of
Winnipeg, the Winnipeg Police Service announced a number of ongoing improvements
to the Citizen Online Police Reporting System;
2016, we announced the improvement where citizens and business community
partners could report incidents online and take any physical or video evidence
to the closest police service centre.
2016, we expanded the system to allow for the reporting of break and enter to
outbuildings, specifically detached garages or sheds.
in January 2017, we announced the latest improvement where citizens can make
reports involving non-urgent
traffic or manner of driving complaints. Some examples of these
types of complaints may include stop sign or red light infractions, excessive
speed, aggressive or careless driving, speeding in school zones or passing a
stopped school bus with its lights flashing.
impaired drivers, motor vehicle collisions or events involving immediate concern
for public safety cannot be reported online. We ask citizens to call 911 or
non-emergency in these cases.
Citizens can now report the
following incident types using our Citizen Online Police Reporting
Break & Enter
into Outbuildings, detached garages/sheds
Damage to a
Theft - including
Shoplifting & Gas Drive Offs
Theft from a
does not replace traditional reporting. It is simply an enhancement providing an
alternative for citizens and businesses.