CrimeMaps & calls for service map

Curious about police activity and crime trends in Winnipeg?

The Winnipeg Police Service offers two interactive self-serve maps that enable you to see statistical data on crimes, as well as police activity, in your city, community and neighbourhood. These interactive self-serve maps lets you select and filter crime and safety events by various categories and locations. 


CrimeMaps enhance community awareness of verified crimes that have occurred in Winnipeg.  Due to the crime verification process, this interactive map is updated monthly with a three-month data lag to ensure accurate and consistent crime reporting.  The crime types listed align with Statistics Canada unified crime reporting standards.

CrimeMaps user guide (PDF, 1.8MB)

Calls for service map

The Calls for service map provides a timely snapshot related to crime as well as safety events in Winnipeg. The data on this map reflects:

  • calls to 9-1-1 and 204-986-6222 that are entered for dispatch
  • officer generated events
  • in-person reports
  • online reporting

The calls for service map is reviewed weekly and is subject to change as further information becomes available or amended. 

The map is colour coded to indicate the density of calls for service by neighbourhood.

Calls for service data is available for:

  • the past 10 weeks
  • a specific day of the week (within the last 10 weeks)
  • reported event types
  • Winnipeg communities
  • Winnipeg neighbourhoods

To protect the privacy of those associated with calls for service, the actual locations of events have been limited to general areas. Some of the calls for service event types have been presented in generic categories for privacy reasons.

Calls for service map user guide (PDF, 1.1MB)

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