Halton Police closing locations and suspending some services amid COVID-19 pandemic
To further assist in preventing transmission of COVID-19, all Halton Regional Police Service says its locations are closed for non-emergencies until further notice.
“We acknowledge that this will cause an inconvenience, but it is paramount that we all do our part at this time to ensure our collective health and safety,” said Halton Police in a statement.
For collision reporting, individuals can continue to attend the 20 Division location at 95 Oak Walk Dr in Oakville between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., seven-days-a-week.
“Those individuals can expect to be asked a series of screening questions related to COVID-19 to ensure the safety of our members,” added police.
Online record checks remain available here: https://www.haltonpolice.ca/about/courtsrecords/policerecordchecks.php.
Freedom of Information Requests will only be available via mail. Non-criminal fingerprinting is also suspended until further notice.
“If you have an emergency, please dial 9-1-1. It is an emergency if someone’s immediate health, safety, or property is in immediate danger or there is a crime in progress,” continued Halton Police. “For non-emergencies, dial 905-825-4777.”
To use the Halton Regional Police Service online reporting system:
- The incident must have occurred within Halton Region.
- The value of the property lost or stolen must not exceed $5,000.
- You must have a valid email address.
- The incident does not involve lost or stolen licence plates or stolen passports.
- There is no suspect information (e.g., name, licence plate, photo). If you have a suspect, (e.g., name, licence plate, photo) contact Police at 905-825-4777.
For more information on COVID-19, visit the Region of Halton’s website: halton.ca/COVID19
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