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See Something, Say Something

Help us keep transit safe

It is relationships with transit staff and the traveling public that give us the edge in fighting crime and disorderly behaviour. Help us keep transit safe. If you see something, say something. We take each report we receive seriously.

When to contact Transit Police

Text or call to notify Transit Police of non-emergency police issues. In an emergency, always call 9-1-1.

Contact us if:

  • You have witnessed a crime or observed something suspicious

  • There is an issue on transit that makes you feel unsafe or worried about the safety of someone else

  • If you have other Transit Police-related concerns

Two easy ways to contact us

There are two easy ways for you to discreetly report non-emergency police issues from your mobile device:

*We don’t charge for texting, however, standard cell phone carrier rates may apply. Check with your wireless provider.

When to call 9-1-1

Dial 9-1-1 if you witness or are involved in emergencies such as:

  • A crime in progress

  • Threatening, dangerous or violent behaviour that poses an immediate threat to your safety or the safety of someone else

If you are in need of urgent emergency response or if your safety is threatened always call 9-1-1.

Visit ecomm911.ca to learn more about 9-1-1 services in Metro Vancouver.

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Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers

Would you like to make a report about a crime and remain anonymous? Crime Stoppers offers rewards of up to $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Call Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or visit Crime Stoppers.

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