On this page, we have collected a number of online crime prevention resources for you to help protect your home and remain aware of potential criminal activity in your area.

South Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch
South Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch is part of a network of Neighbourhood Watch groups operating in communities across South Etobicoke, including Alderwood, Islington - City Centre West, Long Branch, Mimico, New Toronto and Stonegate - Queensway.

Crime Stoppers (Report Anonymously)
If you have any information about a serious crime, you can call Crime Stoppers. If your tip leads to an arrest or assists in solving a crime, you may be eligible for a cash reward. You will never have to give your name, testify in court and Crime Stoppers doesn’t have call display. Call Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or use their secure online form.

Toronto Police Service - 22 Division
22 Division provides policing services to the Central and Southern area of Etobicoke, covering a total of 66.9 square kilometres. This is the western suburb of Toronto with a population of approximately 191,813. To report a crime of for police non-emergencies, please call (416) 808-2222. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

22 Division CPLC - Community Police Liaison Committee
The 22 Division CPLC (Community Police Liaison Committee) is made up of community volunteers and police service representatives with the goal of working together in identifying, prioritizing and problem-solving local policing issues by being proactive in community relations, crime prevention, education, mobilization and communication, and acting as a resource to the police and the community.

22 Division CPLC - Neighbourhood Map
The 22 Division CPLC website hosts an interactive map of all the neighbourhoods in 22 Division, outlining Toronto city wards, Business Improvement Areas, Homeowners Associations, Neighbourhood Watch groups, and a list of assigned Community Response Officers and CPLC representatives for each area.

22 Division CPLC - Crime Prevention
The Toronto Police Service has a number of downloadable pamphlets which are available for download from the 22 Division CPLC Crime Prevention page. These pamphlets are designed to assist communities in becoming more aware of their own safety, and more proactive in the reduction of crime and eliminating the opportunity for crime in their respective neighbourhoods.

Toronto Police Service - Maps and Data Portal
The Toronto Police Service Maps and Data Portal provides an interactive map of the city and shows a variety of major crime indicators for each week. The crime maps don’t show exact locations of occurrences, as incidents on the map have been randomly offset in order to protect victim privacy. The purpose is to give community members more awareness of crime events in their areas and also to emphasize the importance of reporting crimes.

Toronto Police Service - Community Alerts
On this page you can subscribe to a number of Toronto Police Service news releases to keep better informed of criminal activity in your area. You can choose to subscribe to news releases just from 22 Division, or any other department of the Toronto Police Service.