New RCMP Online Crime Reporting Tool

The Surrey RCMP is launching a new online crime reporting tool to assist residents and businesses in reporting select non-emergency crimes. This is part of a pilot project for the BC RCMP’s new Online Crime Reporting tool that includes detachments in Kelowna, Richmond, Ridge Meadows, and Surrey.

Online Crime Reporting provides an alternate way for citizens to report less serious crimes at and through the Surrey RCMP mobile app.

Citizens with a valid email address can report less serious crimes that occurred in Surrey where there is no suspect or witness and follow up by a police officer is not required. Specifically, residents will be able to report the following crimes online:

  • Damage/mischief to property under $5,000
  • Damage/mischief to a vehicle under $5,000
  • Hit and run to an unoccupied vehicle or property
  • Theft of bicycle under $5,000
  • Theft under $5,000
  • Theft from vehicle under $5,000
  • Lost property

In addition to providing a more convenient way for residents to make a report, this new tool will also allow call takers and frontline personnel to focus on higher priority calls, which will improve overall safety and response times in the city.

“Crime reports from the public are an essential part of determining how our policing resources are deployed in the city,” says Superintendent Ed Boettcher, Surrey RCMP Operations Officer. “This additional reporting tool will enhance our service delivery to residents of Surrey by making it more convenient to report less serious crimes, while allowing police to focus on emergency calls for service.”

To make a report using the Online Crime Reporting tool visit

Report a Problem or Submit a Request with Surrey Request App

The Surrey Request App is a great tool for local businesses and residents to report any suspicious activities or concerns around the neighbourhood. If you witness anything of concern to you, around business or residential premises, file a request with the app and the Fleetwood BIA will follow up within 48 hours.

Submit your service request with Surrey’s Surrey Request App from your iPhone, Android, or Blackberry smartphone.  Report your non-emergency concerns such as:

  • Graffiti
  • Potholes
  • Illegal dumping
  • Road or park issues

Use the Surrey Request App to:

  • Take a picture of your issue and send it to us
  • Show the issue location with the smartphone’s built-in GPS
  • Pinpoint the location by moving the map marker
  • Select from list of issues – no typing required
  • Track recent requests and get their status
  • Stay up-to-date with issue status updates
  • Include in the secondary email contact, which will speed up the request process