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Motor Vehicle Collisions

Motor vehicle collisions should be reported to the Winnipeg Police Service within seven days following the incident.
A police report is required ONLY if the collision involves:

  • Injury, where someone was admitted to hospital for observation or treatment for the injury;
  • a fatality;
  • an unlicensed driver;
  • an unregistered vehicle;
  • an unidentified vehicle (ie: hit and run);
  • failure to obtain particulars from the other party (fail to exchange particulars);
  • the consumption of alcohol or another intoxicating substance by the other driver involved in the accident is suspect and was a cause or contributing factor of the accident.

If the collision meets the criteria, the report must be made in person.

Please note:  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in person reporting has been suspended.  Call the Winnipeg Police Service’s Phone Reporting Group at 204-986-8666, Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (excluding holidays) to report directly to an officer.

Hit & Run Incidents

Vehicle Hit and Run Reporting is available online, please visit our report a crime online page.

  • If the incident occurred in the last 10 minutes and involves a pedestrian, cyclist, physical injury, known suspect or you have a suspect license plate call 911. 
  • If more than 10 minutes has passed and the incident involves a pedestrian, cyclist, physical injury, known suspect or you have a suspect license plate you must call the Winnipeg Police Service’s Phone Reporting Group at 204-986-8666, Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (excluding holidays) to report directly to an officer.
 

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