Occurrence Summaries

What is it?
The Waterloo Regional Police Service provides summaries to:

  1. The person or company directly involved:
  2. The law firm whose client is directly involved:
  3. The insurance company whose insured is directly involved.

We provide police reports and insurance reports.

Police Report
The police report will provide either a summary of the occurrence or the officer’s report. All third party information will be removed.

Insurance Report
The insurance report will provide a summary or the officer’s severed report indicating items stolen and/or damage to property. You also have the option of requesting this information through our Freedom of Information office.

How much?
$50.00 for each report + HST = $56.50.  No charge if it is for a victim of violence who requires a summary for housing.

How Long?
Summaries are processed in approximately 3 weeks.

Where to apply?
Request for Summary Form is available for download. Please print and complete legibly and accurately. Mail the form with a money order or certified cheque for $56.50 to:

Waterloo Regional Police Service
P.O. Box 3070
200 Maple Grove Road
Cambridge , Ontario , N3H 5M1
Attention: Occurrence Summaries

You may also complete the request and pay by cash, debit or credit card at the Police Reporting Centre, 150 Maple Grove Road, Cambridge, Monday to Friday between 8:00am and 4:00pm. Call (519) 653-7700 extension 8262 for more information. Acceptable identification is required.


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