Online reporting is meant to provide a convenient way for our community to report certain types of incidents. Online reports are NOT monitored 24/7. If this is an emergency or a crime in progress, call 9-1-1.

How To File An Online Report

  • You must provide a valid email address and a phone number.
  • If you have video, photographic, or documentary evidence in relation to the incident you wish to report, please have it ready to provide to the police.
  • The information contained in the forms that you complete online will be handled confidentially in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (S.C. 2000, c. 5) and the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information (R.S.Q., c. A-2.1)
  • Did the incident occur outside Mississauga or Brampton? If yes, you need to report it to the police service responsible for that area.
Contact information of nearby police services

Caledon OPP

Toronto Police Service

Halton Regional Police Service

York Regional Police Service

Hamilton Police Service

Niagara Regional Police Service

Durham Regional Police Service

 What incidents CANNOT be reported online?
 The following CANNOT be reported online:
  • The suspect(s) are known: If you know the name or address of the suspect, or if you know the licence plate of the vehicle associated to the suspect.
  • If there is evidence left at the scene.
  • Any theft, loss, or property damage exceeding $10,000.
  • Theft of vehicle, licence plate, or utility trailer.
  • Theft (or loss) of firearm.
  • Lost/stolen passports.
  • Break and Enter.
  • Frauds.
  • Personal violence (Assault, Robbery, etc.) or Intimate Partner Violence.

If your report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers.
You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

 What happens after I file a report online?
  1.  Once you submit your online report, you will see the words “Your online police report has been submitted” indicating your report has been sent to Peel Police.
  2. You will immediately receive an email with a TEMPORARY report number (i.e. T24000061).
  3. Our online reporting team will review your report within 5 business days. If we require additional information, we will contact you via email or phone. Once all required information is received, and your report is approved, you will receive an email with a PERMANENT report number (i.e. PR240000057).

If we do not hear from you within 10 days, your report will be closed for lack of information. If your report is closed, you will receive an email without a PERMANENT report number.
To avoid delays, please ensure your report is as complete and concise as possible.

File an Online Report

What Can I Report Online?

Theft Under $10,000
Has an unknown person taken your personal/work property without your permission?
This may include, but is not limited to:
  • Wallet, purse, briefcase.
  • Identification (drivers licence, health card).
  • Credit cards, debit cards, currency.
  • Cell phone, laptop.
  • Jewelry.
  • Keys.
  • Bicycle.

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:

  • Stolen property must be valued under $10,000.
  • Stolen credit cards and debit cards (these are valued at $1.00).
  • If you have previously reported the theft of your credit card or debit card online and it was used without your permission within Brampton or Mississauga, you may report this information through a Supplementary Report. Please include your PERMANENT or TEMPORARY report number.
What you CANNOT report online:
  • Stolen licence plates: Report in person to Peel Police prior to contacting Service Ontario.
  • Stolen Canadian Passports: Report in person to Peel Police prior to contacting Service Canada.
  • If the item was stolen from your house, hotel room, garage, or shed, as a result of the suspect being there unlawfully, without your permission, or forcing their way in, please contact police as this is a Break and Enter report.
  • The Suspect(s) are known: If you know the name or address of the suspect, or if you know the licence plate of the vehicle associated to the suspect, unless you are reporting Commercial Theft/Retail Theft/Theft of Gas, which may be reported online even when the licence plate is known.
  • Stolen vehicles.
  • Stolen passports from another country: Please contact the consulate or embassy of the issuing country after you report to Peel Police in person.
  • Stolen property valued over $10,000.
  • Stolen firearms.

If this report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1

On (date) at approximately (time), I was at (location/address) when an unknown person took my (describe property) and ran away.

The following items were stolen (list items with value):

Item #1: Wallet (add colour, description, value).
Item #2: Bank Card (add issuer, card #, value $1.00).
Item #3: Canadian Currency – 1x $50.00 bill (currency denomination).
Item #4: Purse (add colour, description, value).

There is video surveillance available (describe how we can obtain that evidence, if known).

The suspect is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.

Sample Narrative 2

On (date) at approximately (time) I was working as (title/role) at business name) located at (address) in the City of (Brampton/Mississauga).

At this time, an unknown suspect attended the (store/business name location) and selected (list Item(s)) off the sales floor. The suspect then carried the items towards the exit door, passing all points of sale and made no attempts to pay for the unpaid merchandise.

The items stolen includes the following:

  • Item 1 description and value.
  • Item 2 description and value.

The suspect is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.

The incident was captured on CCTV and a request can be sent to (provide email address) to send a link to upload the images/video.



Commercial Theft/Retail Theft/Theft of Gas under $10,000
Has an unknown person taken your work property without your permission?
This may include but is not limited to:
  • Gas.
  • Store merchandise.
  • Business supplies, equipment etc.

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:
  • Stolen property must be valued under $10,000
  • Stolen credit cards and debit cards (these are valued at $1.00).
  • If you have previously reported the theft of your credit card or debit card online and it was used without your permission within Brampton or Mississauga, you may report this information through a Supplementary Report. Please include your PERMANENT or TEMPORARY report number.
What you CANNOT report online:
  • If the item was stolen from your business, as a result of the suspect being there unlawfully, without your permission, or forcing their way in, please contact police as this is a Break and Enter report.
  • Stolen property valued over $10,000.
  • Stolen firearms.

If this report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1
The theft incident occurred as I was working as the Assistant Store Manager for (BUSINESS NAME) located at (LOCATION) in the city of (CITY).

On Thursday, June 29th 2023 at approximately 5 P.M. to 6 P.M. (TIME OF INCIDENT) an unknown suspect attended (BUSINESS NAME) and selected a boxed scooter of the sales floor. The suspect then carried the box and headed towards the exit doors, passing all last points of sale and made no attempts to pay for the unpaid merchandise. (BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF OFFENCE).

I have already itemized the stolen merchandize with their value on the online report.

The suspect is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.

This incident was captured on CCTV.
Sample Narrative 2
On Sunday May 21st, 2023, I was working as an attendant when a Gas Drive off/theft of gas (OFFENCE) occurred at the gas station located at (LOCATION) in the City of (CITY).

At approximately 8:56 pm (TIME), a white Kia SUV, attended Pump #6 at above mentioned address.

The driver (Describe gender – Male/Female/Other) Female exited the passenger side of the vehicle and proceeded to pump $100.00 of gas (VALUE). The passenger then placed the fuel nozzle back to its receptacle, and then left without making any attempt to pay for gas.

The vehicle licence plate is (ONTARIO Licence Plate and/or OTHER Province/State).

The suspect is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description. There was also a passenger seated in the rear passenger seat of the vehicle (Describe passenger).

 

Theft from Vehicle Under $10,000

Has an unknown person broken into your personal or business vehicle, which may or may not involve damage to the vehicle, and stolen property?  If your vehicle has been entered without your permission and items that were inside were taken, use this report.

This may include, but is not limited to:

  • Personal/work items left in the vehicle such as identification, credit cards, debits cards, keys, cell phone, GPS, laptop, tools, briefcase, etc.
  • Vehicle parts/accessories such as a catalytic converter, air bag, mirror, hood ornament, car stereo, etc.

 

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:
  • Stolen property must be valued under $10,000.
  • Stolen credit cards (each are valued at $1.00).
  • If you have previously reported the theft of your credit card or debit card online and it was used without your permission within Brampton or Mississauga, you may report this information through a Supplementary Report. Please include your PERMANENT or TEMPORARY report number.
What you CANNOT report online:
  • Stolen licence plates: Report to Peel Police in person prior to contacting Service Ontario.
  • Stolen Canadian passports: Report to Peel Police in person prior to contacting Service Canada.
  • Break and Enter (i.e. Unlawful entry to your house, hotel room, garage, shed, etc).
  • Incidents where the suspect is known to you (i.e. name, address, licence plate).
  • Stolen vehicles.
  • Stolen foreign passports – must be reported to your Consulate or Embassy.
  • Stolen property valued over $10,000.
  • Stolen firearms.

If this report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1

On (date) at approximately (time), I parked my vehicle at (location). On (date) at approximately (time), I returned to my vehicle and discovered that an unknown person (suspect) had gained access to my (locked/unlocked) vehicle.

The unknown person stole approximately (Items/i.e. $20 in loose change, denominations, etc.) from (location in vehicle).

My vehicle is a (Year, Make, Model, 2/4 doors) with (i.e. Ontario) plates (plate number). The vehicle is valued at (estimated value).

My vehicle (did/did not) sustain any damage as a result of this incident.

There is video surveillance available. A link can be emailed to (provide email address) to upload the surveillance images from.

I watched the surveillance video and the suspect is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.

Sample Narrative 2

On (date) at approximately (time), I parked my vehicle at (location). On (date) at approximately (time), I returned to my vehicle and discovered that an unknown person (suspect) had damaged my vehicle.

The damage consisted of (describe damage). Upon further inspection, I discovered that (items/property) was stolen from (location inside vehicle).

I have already itemized the stolen items and their value in the online report.

My vehicle is a (Year, Make, Model, 2/4 doors) with (i.e. Ontario) plates (plate number). The vehicle is valued at (estimated value).

Damage consists of a broken driver side window valued at approximately $300.00.

There was no video surveillance or suspect descriptors pertaining to this incident.



Damage/Mischief to Property Under $10,000
Has an unknown person damaged, defaced or vandalized public or private property? Damage/Mischief to Property reports are for incidents of changing, modifying, or defacing public or private property.

This may include, but is not limited to:
  • Breaking windows or mailboxes
  • Throwing eggs or other objects at property
  • Spray painting, writing or drawing on property

If the person who committed the damage or mischief to property is known to you or the Damage Value is over $10,000 - please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers.

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:
  • Damage to property under $10,000.
  • If damage/mischief was believed to be motivated by hate based on race, nationality, ethnic origin, language, color, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, or sexual orientation.
  • If this incident involved hate motivated vandalism or hate motivated graffiti, please complete a Hate Motivated Incident report.

If this report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers.

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1

I (name) live at (address including City). On (date) at approximately (time) I heard a loud sound coming from the front of my house. I opened the front door and observed multiple egg shells on my front window and walkway.

After cleaning my window, I realized there was a small crack in the window pane. The damage is estimated at ($).

I have no suspect information or description.

I have video surveillance of the incident. I do not know the person who did it. If you email me at (provide email address) I can send you the surveillance footage.

Sample Narrative 2

I (name) lived at (address including City). On (date) at approximately (time) I was walking my dog in the neighborhood when I observed graffiti/spray paint at the rear or (location/business, etc.) located at (address).

(Describe damage)

I saw two teens at the playground near the school with a can of spray paint.

The teens are described as:
Teen # 1 – described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.
Teen # 2 – described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.



Damage/Mischief to Vehicle Under $10,000

Has an unknown person damaged your personal or work vehicle (not caused by another vehicle)?

Damage/Mischief to Vehicle reports are for incidents of vandalism towards a motor vehicle or incidents causing damage to a motor vehicle.

  • Slashed tires.
  • Smashed windows/lights.
  • Scratched/keyed/dented.
  • Defaced vehicle.
  • If this incident involved hate motivated vandalism or hate motivated graffiti, please complete a Hate Motivated Incident report.
  • If property was stolen from the vehicle, please complete a Theft from Vehicle report.

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:
  • Damage to vehicle must be valued under $10,000.
What you CANNOT report online:
  • When a person opens their vehicle door and strikes the side of your parked vehicle and causes damage, it is considered to be a civil matter. A police report is NOT required. Call your insurance provider if you wish to make a claim.
  • When a parked vehicle is struck by another vehicle and the driver leaves the scene of the incident, it is considered to be a Fail to Remain Collision. Report this in person to a Collision Reporting Centre. View a list of Collision Reporting Centres.
  • For the following cases, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers
    • If you believe damage was caused by another unknown vehicle that Failed to Remain at the scene.
    • If your vehicle ignition has been tampered with, this is an Attempted Theft of Vehicle.
    • Name, address, or license plate of the suspect is known to you.

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1
On September 4th, 2023 (DATE) at about 7:00 pm (TIME) I parked my vehicle at my residence located at (ADDRESS). My vehicle is a 2020 Ford F150 pickup truck bearing Ontario licence plate (Licence Plate Number). I returned to my vehicle at approximately 7:00 am (TIME) and that is when I observed my vehicle had been damaged by unknown suspect(s). My vehicle sustained damage consisting of a smashed rear driver’s side window which is estimated to be 300.00 (VALUE). I have no suspect information or description.
Sample Narrative 2
On August 1st 2023 (DATE) at approximately 6 P.M. (TIME) my vehicle was parked in my driveway located at (LOCATION ADDRESS). On August 2nd 2023 at approximately 8 A.M. I attended my driveway and discovered that my vehicle had been damaged by an unknown suspect. The damage consisted of two broken side mirrors ($150 x 2), smashed windshield ($300) and a large scratch along the driver side of the vehicle ($1,000) (DESCRIBE DAMAGE AND APPROXIMATE VALUE OF DAMAGE). My vehicle is a 2020 black Toyota Corolla four door with Ontario licence plate (Licence Plate Number) and is valued at approximately $24,000 (APPROXIMATE VALUE OF VEHICLE). This incident was not captured on video surveillance and there is no suspect descriptors available (SUSPECT DESCRIPTORS IF AVAILABLE).


Driving Complaint/Road Watch

File a driving complainant specific to a driver and vehicle involved in dangerous and aggressive behavior
or 
File a driving complaint specific to an area, indicating the type of poor behavior, days and most frequent time.

Examples of poor driving behavior include:

  • Speeding
  • Racing
  • Fail to stop at stop sign
  • Noise/loud exhaust
  • Following too closely
  • Unsafe passing or lane changes

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:
  • Any report of poor driving behaviour that is neither an emergency nor is creating an immediate or imminently hazardous situation.
What you CANNOT report online (Alternative options provided below):
  • Call 9-1-1 if there is:
    • Any urgent or imminently hazardous behaviour
    • A suspected impaired driver
  • A motor vehicle collision: Report in person to a Collision Reporting Centre. View a list of Collision Reporting Centres.
  • For the following cases, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers. You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line if you are unable to attend our locations in person at 905-453-3311, option 1:
    • The identity of the driver is known.
    • An off-road vehicle or waterway incident.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1
On August 7th 2023 (DATE) at about 7:00 p.m. (TIME) I was driving my vehicle southbound on Erin Mills Parkway, City of Mississauga and I was stopped at a red light on Dundas Street west. I observed a Blue Honda Civic with Ontario Licence plate: (Licence Plate Number) (DESCRIBE SUSPECT VEHICLE) going Eastbound on Dundas Street swerving in and out of lanes and hitting the median curb as the vehicle approached Dundas Street West. The vehicle then turned Northbound on Fifth Line West and drove through the red light (DESCRIBE THE OFFENCE). The driver of the vehicle is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description.
Sample Narrative 2
On April 6th 2023 (DATE) at approximately 4 P.M. (TIME), I was driving on Bovaird Drive East in the city of Brampton. I was approaching Dixie Road when I observed an erratic driver. The Driver was travelling Eastbound in the center lane when he began cutting off other motorists and tailgating. The driver is described as: Age, Gender, Race (White, South Asian, East Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Latino, Black, Unknown), Complexion, Height, Hair Colour, Build, Clothing Description. The vehicle was a black older model minivan (DETAILED DESCRIPTION) with Ontario licence plate (Licence Plate Number).


Lost Property Under $10,000

Lost Property reports are not actively investigated by Peel Police and are kept for record purposes. Lost property refers to items that were accidentally left behind somewhere or misplaced.

This might include, but is not limited to:

  • Wallet, purse, briefcase.
  • Identification (drivers licence, health card).
  • Credit cards, debit cards, currency.
  • Cell phone, laptop.
  • Jewelry.
  • Keys.

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:

  • Items valued under $10,000
  • Lost drivers licences, health cards, SIN cards, credit cards, etc. (List card value as $1.00 each)
  • If you have previously reported the loss of your credit card or debit card online and it was used without your permission within Brampton or Mississauga, you may report this information through a Supplementary Report. Please include your PERMANENT or TEMPORARY report number.

What you CANNOT report online:

  • Lost property valued over $10,000.
  • Lost firearms.
  • Lost licence plates – please report to Service Ontario.
  • Lost Canadian passports – First, report to Peel Police in person, and then Report to Service Canada.
  • All other lost passports - Report directly to Consulate or Embassy.

If this report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations. View a map of our locations and phone numbers.

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative1

On (date) at approximately (time), I was at (location/address). While there, I lost my (describe property). My lost items include (list property and value of each item).

The total value lost is ($).

Sample Narrative 2

On (date) at approximately (time), I was at (location/address). At that time, I left my (property description (describe where it was left).

When I arrived home, I realized I had lost my property. The lost property includes (description of property including value of each item and who it belongs to).

The total value of my lost items is ($).



Update / Cancel an Existing Online Report
Use this report type, if you have already filed a report ONLINE and you need to update or cancel it. 

For example:
  • You filed a theft / lost property report and later realized that more property was missing than you originally reported.
  • You have previously reported the theft or loss of your credit card or debit card online and it was used without your permission within Brampton or Mississauga.
  • You found the property that you had reported as lost or stolen.
  • You were able to obtain security footage of the incident and would like to add that to your report.
  • You want to cancel your existing report.

Your original Temporary number (ie: T24001234) or Permanent number (ie: PR24803456) is required.

Sample Narratives

Sample Narrative 1

I checked my online banking and noticed my debit card that I had previously reported stolen (refer to PR24809831) was used without my permission on (date) at (location) to buy (list transactions) with a value of (list value of each transaction).

***The unauthorized use of the card must have occurred in Brampton or Mississauga***

If not, view contact information of nearby police services.

Sample Narrative 2
I have made a previous report (refer to PR24801234) regarding a theft from my vehicle. I realized my (list property) was also stolen. The value is (list value of each item). The total value of property is (total value).
Sample Narrative 3

I have found my wallet and its contents, and I wish to cancel this report (list your temporary or permanent number).


File an Online Report

Hate Motivated Crime/Incident

Hate Motivated Crime / Incident
Hate Crime is a criminal act committed against a person or property which is motivated, solely or in part, by the suspect’s hate/bias or prejudice based on race, nationality, ethnic origin, language, color, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or similar factor.

These acts motivated by HATE might include, but are not limited to:

  • Slashed tires.
  • Smashed windows/lights.
  • Scratched/keyed/dented.
  • Defaced vehicle.

Hate Incident involves behaviors that are not criminal acts, but motivated by bias against a victim’s race, nationality, ethnic origin, language, color, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, or sexual orientation.

This might include, but is not limited to, behaviors motivated by HATE such as:

  • Two neighbors arguing over a property line and one person makes a derogatory racial remark, but no criminal offence takes place.

File an Online Report

What you CAN report online:

  • Damage/mischief believed to be motivated by hate based on race, nationality, ethnic origin, language, color, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, or sexual orientation.
  • Incidents involving hate motivated vandalism or hate motivated graffiti.

What you CANNOT report online:

  • Incidents where the suspect is known.
  • Incidents that are in progress.

If this report does not meet our criteria to be reported online, please visit one of our Operational Divisions or Community Stations.  View a map of our locations and phone numbers

You may also contact our Non-Emergency Line at 905-453-3311, press 1 if you are unable to attend one of our locations in person.

Sample Narratives

 Hate Crime

Example 1 - On March 12, 2024, around 12:00pm I was walking in a park located at 123 Main St, in the city of Brampton. I was approached by two males who started shouting derogatory terms at me (insert the exact derogatory terms here). They then pushed me to the ground and ran away southbound towards Main St. I did not sustain any injuries. Male 1 is described as, white, approximately 6 feet tall, wearing a red sweatshirt and black pans. Male 2 is described as, male, wearing a black sweater with black hair and a beard. I did not see any other people who witnessed the incident.

Example 2 - Yesterday evening at 7:30pm, I was waiting at a bus stop located at 123 Main St, in the city of Mississauga. I observed some graffiti painted with a black marker inside the bus shelter. The graffiti appeared to be a Swastika. I did not witness anyone in or around the bus shelter at that time. I did take a phone which I uploaded to you online.

 Hate Incident

Example 1 - On March 4th, 2024 at approximately 4:35pm, I was at a store waiting in line to check out when I noticed someone staring at me and they appeared to be angry. Then out of nowhere, they said “Go back to your country”. I did not respond and proceeded to move to another cashier. The person was wearing a gray shirt with black pants.

Example 2 - On June 8, 2023 at approximately 6:20 pm, I was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Hurontario Road and Derry Road West, when suddenly a Red Honda Accord stopped next to me and started to yell at me about my driving and told me to “Go back where you come from and learn how to drive before coming here”.

 

Online Registries and Other Resources

Vulnerable Persons Registry
Do you wish to add someone to Vulnerable Persons Registry?

This includes, but is no limited to people who have mental health and/or medical conditions, such as Alzheimer’s/dementia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, acquired brain injury, etc.

Please visit our Vulnerable Persons Registry page for more information and to register.
Bike Registry
By registering your bicycle, the chances of having your bicycle returned in the event it is lost or stolen is greatly increased.

Please have the following information available to register:
  • Serial number
  • Value
  • Type/make/model/color of bicycle
  • Frame size/type
  • Other features
Please visit our Bike Registry page for more information and to register.

 

 

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