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Winnipeg Police Service

Contact the Winnipeg Police Service

Emergency calls: 9-1-1

Non-emergency calls: 204-986-6222

Hearing impaired line (24 hours) (TeleTypewriter –TTY only): 204-942-7920

Mailing Adress:

Winnipeg Police Service
P.O. Box 1680
Winnipeg, MB
Canada R3C 2Z7

Winnipeg Police Service Telephone Directory

The phone numbers and email addresses below are for general inquiries or information requests only. If you wish to report an incident, you must attend IN PERSON to a Police Station or call 204-986-6222 for more information.

If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1

General Inquiries web page available   Send an Email
Alarm Permits web page available311 
Chief of Police 204-986-6037 
Child Abuse web page available204-986-3296 
Community Relations Unit
  • Block Parent Program
  • Citizens on Patrol
  • Community Volunteers
  • Crime Prevention
  • Diversity Relations
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • School Education
  • Victim Services
204-986-6322 Send an Email
Counter Exploitation Unit
(prostitution-related matters) web page available
Complaints and Compliments About Members web page available204-986-7242 Send an Email
Crime Stoppers Tips web page available204-786-8477 
Criminal Records Check and other services web page available204-986-6073 Send an Email
Diversity Relations web page available 204-986-6322 
Evidence Control Unit web page available204-986-6280 
Domestic Violence Intervention Coordinator204-986-5992 
Financial Crimes 204-986-6231 
Fingerprints - Identification Section web page available204-986-6218 
Firearms Control Unit204-986-6345 
Homicide Unit204-986-6508 
Human Resources Division 204-986-6239 
Indigenous Partnerships Section web page available204-986-6322  
Major Crimes Unit204-986-6219 
Manitoba Integrated High Risk Sex Offender Unit204-984-1888 
Drug Enforcement Unit web page available204-986-7003 
Media Enquiries web page available204-986-3061Send an Email
Missing Persons Unit web page available204-986-6250 
Museum - 245 Smith St. web page available
204-986-3976 Send an Email
Organized Crime Unit204-986-3916 
Pawn Unit web page available204-986-5621 Send an Email
Photo Enforcement 311Send an Email
Pipe Band web page available
Records (Criminal Record Checks, etc.) web page available204-986-6073 Send an Email
Recruitment - Police and Civilian web page available204-986-6204 Send an Email
Stations/Service Centres web page available   
District 1 – Downtown Winnipeg
District Map
Service Centre - 245 Smith St.
(Enter at Smith & Graham)
Open 24 hours, seven days a week
Community Support Unit204-986-5424  
District 2 – West Winnipeg
District Map
Service Centre - 2321 Grant Avenue
Open 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., seven days a week
Community Support Unit 204-986-2839 
District 3 – North Winnipeg
District Map
Service Centre - 260 Hartford Ave.
Open 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., seven days a week
Community Support Unit204-986-2542 
District 4 – East Winnipeg
District Map
Service Centre - 1750 Dugald Rd
Open 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., seven days a week
Service Centre - 1750 Dugald Rd - French line
Open 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., seven days a week
Community Support Unit204-986-2860 
Sex Crimes web page available204-986-6245 
Special Duty/Event Policing204-986-6258 
Stolen Auto Reporting204-986-6222 
Traffic web page available   
Training Academy204-986-3639 
Victim Services Unit web page available 204-986-6350 Send an Email
Vulnerable Persons Coordinator204-986-6287 
Webmaster Send an Email
Youth Services Coordinator204-986-6378 

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Last update: June 24, 2019

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