The Waterloo Regional Police Service is pleased to announce the launch of a dynamic new mapping system that will provide the community with information about police calls for service. The new application is in its final testing stages and will be available soon. Check this area frequently for updates on our progress.
Although no community remains completely without crime, the cities and townships of Waterloo Region remain among the safest in Ontario. Waterloo Regional Police Service is committed to working toward a safer community through enforcement and education.
How to Use the Reported Police Activity in your Neighbourhood Interactive Map
Requirements: Adobe Reader 9 or higher is required to use all the features of this interactive map. If you are a Google Chrome user or you do not have Adobe Reader 9 or higher, you can download a recent edition of Adobe at: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
* Occurrence Table – On the top right hand corner of the map there is a frequency table which provides a count of the occurrences displayed on the map.
* Road Labels – For reference purposes, several major roads have been labeled on the map. Additional road labels can be seen when zoomed into the map.
Reported Police Activity Interactive Maps are displayed on our website for a period of approximately 1 year. Anyone wishing to see older maps dating back to January 2010 may email a request outlining what time period you are interested in.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service recognizes that information sharing enhances our partnership with citizens who are committed to community safety and crime prevention. These maps provide general information about police ‘calls for service’ which are not necessarily crimes. For confirmed crime counts refer to the Waterloo Regional Police Service Annual Report found in the Publications section of this website. It is important to be aware that this map does not display cancelled calls or duplicate calls where multiple people contacted the police regarding the same occurrence. Also keep in mind that in some situations occurrences may not be displayed graphically. Maps are current as of the date posted on each.