Staying Safe

Although no community remains completely free from 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.

Click here to view the interactive maps containing information about occurrences reported to police within the Region of Waterloo. By referring to these maps, our community can become better informed about the type and frequency of crime occurring. It is our belief that knowledgeable citizens are our best partners in improving safety within our community.

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For more information, click on the links in the grayish-blue area on the right.

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(519) 653-7700

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(519) 570-3000

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Latest Tweets

  • 1 day 3 hours ago
    Behind the scenes from our briefing of the media yesterday in St. Clements. https://t.co/JQ5fCpPpw4
  • 2 days 4 hours ago
    Emergency road closure on Highpoint between Lakeview and Rolling Hills in Waterloo. This area will be closed for the remainder of the day.
  • 3 days 4 hours ago
    COLLISION - King St N / Northland Rd Waterloo - King St closed near Staples due to 3 vehicle accident. Pls find alternate route.
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