Reporting to Law Enforcement

If you witness a hate crime or know someone that has been the victim of a hate crime or bias-motivated crime, contact your local police authorities, and/or file a report/complaint online. In case of an emergency, call 9-1-1. Non-emergencies numbers are listed by region and province below.

Police Services in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area

Toronto Police Service
· Toronto Police Service - Hate Crimes Unit
· Emergency: Call 9-1-1
· Non-emergency: Call (416) 808-2222

York Regional Police
· York Regional Police - Hate Crime Unit
· Online Reporting
· Emergency: Call 9-1-1
· Non-emergency: 1-(866) 876-5423

Durham Regional Police Service
· Report a Crime
· Emergency: Call 9-1-1
· Non-emergency: Call 1 (888) 579-1520, Press 0

Peel Regional Police
· Hate-Motivated and Bias-Motivated Crime
· Emergency: Call 9-1-1
· Non-emergency: (905) 453-2121

Royal Canadian Mounted Police
· Emergency: Call 9-1-1
· Contact your local RCMP detachment

Human Rights Commissions

Act to Change. “The Racism is a Virus Tool Kit.” [Online] available at:

B’nai Brith Canada. “Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents 2021.” [Online] available at:

Government of Canada. “The Government of Canada Concludes National Summit on Antisemitism.” News Release, Ottawa, 21 July, 2021.

Segal Centre. “Indigenous Ally Toolkit.” [Online] available at:


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