See our Frequently Asked Questions section to learn more. These are the questions most often asked of us when we are on patrol or responding to a call.
A: There are 62 officers.
A: Yes. Simply call Info-Crime at 514 393-1133 or Échec au crime (Crime Stoppers) at 1 800 711-1800.
A: Simply apply for it under the Access to Information Act. Go to the Services to Citizens tab, then Services and Rates.
A: A number of options are available. Go to the Services to Citizens tab, then Services and Rates.
A: You can leave a comment in the ”Contact us” section.
A: Go to the Services to Citizens tab, then Municipal Pound.
A: When your driver’s licence has been suspended for non-payment of fines, all vehicles registered to your name are barred from being on the road. If your driver’s licence has been suspended for any other reason, your vehicle can be driven by another person.
A: When there is a threat to the physical integrity of individuals or when you are a victim or witness of a criminal act.