Calling 911 in Other Languages

The Waterloo Regional Police Service is committed to ensuring the highest level of public safety for all citizens of this diverse and vibrant community.  Accordingly, the Waterloo Regional Police Service is pleased to be able to provide key information pertaining to 911 Emergency Calls in a variety of languages commonly spoken in our Region.

Click on the following links to learn more about contacting your police service in an emergency.

Please note that flyers in additional languages are added as they become available.


This translation feature provides a general interpretation of the web page content, but does not represent an exact translation. The Waterloo Regional Police Service is not liable for the accuracy of any translation as all text is automatically translated without manual verification for correctness. Should any translation result in offensive or inappropriate language, please notify us directly. The re-publication of any offensive or inappropriate language is strictly prohibited.
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Non Emergencies:


(519) 653-7700

Other Areas

(519) 570-3000

Automated Attendant

(519) 650 8500

911 for Emergencies Only

What is an emergency? Calling 911 in other languages

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