Use the Non-Emergency line for reporting non-urgent events, to make inquiries or for police support and resources.
9-1-1 is for Police, Fire or Ambulance. Life threatening emergencies or crimes in progress.
Important Tips to Remember!
- Residents of Peel Region, program the Peel Regional Police number into your telephone (905)-453-3311.
- If you accidentally call 9-1-1, STAY on the line.
- When you call the Peel Regional Police on 905-453-3311 or 9-1-1, we have interpreter services for over 200 languages. It’s extremely important you stay on the line and let us know the language you require.
- Unintentional 9-1-1 calls tie up phone lines which negatively impact Emergency Services ability to respond to REAL emergencies.
- If it’s in your pocket, lock it! Also keep it in a safe place where it’s secure or use a protective holster.
- Old cell phones, whether registered or not can still connect to 9-1-1, please take the battery out if your child is using it as a toy.
- Do NOT program 9-1-1 into any telephone.
- Do NOT test 9-1-1 to see if it’s working.
(Lost property, Minor thefts, Theft from vehicle, Damage to property/vehicle, Driving complaints)
3-1-1 provides access to non-emergency municipal services for the Region of Peel, City of Mississauga and City of Brampton.
Ontario government telephone number and gateway to community, social, non-clinical health and related government services.