New online police bureau gets you quicker response to filed incident reports in Mississauga, Brampton

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Published May 30, 2024 at 6:59 pm

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A new dedicated police bureau will help provide a quicker response for those filing online incident reports as well as expand the type of incidents that can be submitted in Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon.

Peel Regional Police have launched a centralized Online Community Response Bureau (ORCB) to respond to incident reports submitted online by members of the public.

“By allocating dedicated resources and streamlining our online reporting process, we are embracing the opportunity to enhance public safety and efficiencies in service delivery,” said Peel Regional Police Deputy Chief Marc Andrews. “This initiative marks a pivotal step in expanding the range of incidents that can be reported online, ensuring our community has the resources they need.”

Peel Police will now accept and respond to hate crime reports submitted online, which while help deal with the number of underreported incidents within the community.

New incidents that can now be reported online include the following:

  • Theft under $10,000
  • Commercial theft/retail theft/theft of gas under $10,000
  • Theft from vehicle under $10,000
  • Damage/Mischief to vehicle under $10,000
  • Driving complaint/road watch
  • Lost property under $10,000
  • Hate motivated crime/incident

As well, registries now available online include vulnerable persons registry and bike registry.

Those looking to submit an online report can go to the Report It section on peelpolice.ca or by clicking here.

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