Emergency (Police, Ambulance or Fire)
- Crime is in progress
- Crime has just occurred (e.g. sexual assault, robbery)
- Crime is about to happen (e.g. vandal, prowler)
- Someone’s health, safety, or property is under immediate threat (e.g. screams, attacks, gunshots)
Only call when there is immediate threat to person or property or there is a crime in progress.
Non- emergency (Surrey RCMP)
- Crime has already been committed and no suspects on scene (e.g. vehicle break-in, vandalism)
- Reporting a suspicious person or activity
- Reporting a missing person
- Texting 9-1-1 is available for pre-registered deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, and speech impaired callers
- You can submit an anonymous report through Crime Stoppers or call 1-800-222-8477
More information here
Do your Part | Make the Call
The City of Surrey compiled a list of services they offer that includes Bylaw and City Services, Outreach Support, and Emergency Contacts. Some Bylaw and City Services consist of Animal Control, Adopt-A-Street, Street/Sidewalk Repair, Parking Enforcement contact numbers, and much more. Under Outreach Support, there are agencies that offer services in Surrey for people who appear homeless or are in need of outreach support. As for Emergency Contacts, there are contact numbers for the Surrey RCMP, Transit Police, Theft, ect.
Check out the full list of Surrey Services available to you.
If you have a problem to report, you can also submit your service request or report it on your desktop or the Surrey Request smartphone app.
Not sure when to call 9-1-1 for emergency incidents or the Surrey RCMP for Non-emergency offences? Go to our 9-1-1 Tips tab and learn more!
The RCMP update monthly crime maps through their crime statistics. To take a look at these maps from around the different districts in Surrey, access them below.
Surrey Crime Prevention Society | Enhancing Community Safety Together
The Fleetwood BIA is not only a close partner and supporter of the Surrey RCMP, but also of the Surrey Crime Prevention Society. Surrey Crime Prevention’s goals align with the Fleetwood BIA to create a safe, prosperous neighbourhood, both for businesses to run unimpeded due to the threat of crime, and for the citizens of Fleetwood to remain proud and safe in the area.
As their goal to enhance community safety in the City of Surrey, the Surrey Crime Prevention provides a service of Community Safety Tours. These Community Safety Tours are done by volunteers and they tour many public centers, like transit hubs, shopping areas, local parks, and recreation centers to maintain a watch and report suspicious activities. The volunteers also conduct education campaigns and perform vehicle audits to raise awareness on safety and security issues, such as vehicle theft.
Visit the Surrey Crime Prevention Society’s website to learn more about their programs!