FAQs

A driver involved in a property damage collision should report the collision at the Collision Reporting Centre during business hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday), with the following exceptions:

- EXCEPTIONS -

Police will attend collisions involving:

  • Injury or death;
  • Criminal activity, examples: Impaired driving, stolen vehicle, assault;
  • Federal, provincial, or municipal vehicles;
  • Vehicles transporting dangerous goods;
  • Damage to private, municipal or highway property.

 

If you lost money as a result of the fraudulent communication, you may file a report by calling 613-932-2110 ext. 3.

To prevent further loss of monetary funds, please ensure you take the following steps:

  • Cancel your cards and notify your bank of the fraudulent activity.
  • Ignore any further communications from the subject and inform them that you have called the police if communication persists.
  • Keep all documentation until it is requested by an investigator.

If you have received a fraudulent phone call/email/communication and have not provided any personal information or lost any money, please contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501 to file a report for statistical purposes

YES, if there is no suspect vehicle.

A police officer will be dispatched if the suspect vehicle is still in the area of the collision.