Mississauga police stations will have restricted access during lockdown
All police stations in Mississauga will have limited access during the current stay-at-home order.
For the most part, members of the public will only be allowed into the buildings for urgent matters, according to Peel Regional Police.
In urgent cases, people who need to enter the building will have their temperature taken and will be asked questions regarding their health status as it relates to COVID-19.
Those reporting collisions can still do so at all stations but they must call ahead of time and ask for the front desk to file a report. They will then be directed on how to proceed. The number to call is 905-453-3311.
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