If you are reporting an emergency, please call 911.
Report a Non-Emergency
If you are not reporting a life-threatening incident or a crime in progress, make your report to the non-emergency line, such as:
- lost or stolen property with no suspect
- a serious crime with a lengthy time delay, such as an assault the previous night
- noisy party
Deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech impaired?
Reporting a Hate Crime?
If you have experienced hate, prejudice or bias because of your ethnicity, please report it to the Vancouver Police Department by calling 604-717-3321.
If you fear for your immediate safety, please call 9-1-1.
Your call may not be a police matter. If you are calling about one of the things below, please see how to report it.
The Vancouver Police Department relies on E-Comm 9-1-1 as our contracted partner for 9-1-1 and non-emergency call-answer services and police dispatching.
When you need help from the Vancouver Police Department and dial either 9-1-1 or our non-emergency line 604-717-3321, it is a specially trained E-Comm call-taker who answers and confirms the details of your situation. This call-taker works closely with E-Comm’s dispatch team to relay information to responding officers so you can get the help you need.