Crime Statistics In Mississauga

Crime Statistics.

We’ve searched long and hard to find good accurate crime statistics at a local level.  When your looking to buy a home or assess your relative neighbourhood security, accurate local data is always a useful factoid to consider.

There is a great online web application available on SafeCity’s website (see below) which provides current incidents week by week displayed by a map searchable by neighbourhood.   SafeCity’s mandate is to provide programs, services, and information that contribute to the reduction of crime in Mississauga and which help residents and visitors feel safe and secure.  The above referenced online incident statistical tool shows crimes week by week organized by categories of incidents that include (a) theft, (b) robbery, (c) Break and Enter, (d) Other, (e) Multiple Crime and (e) Neighbourhood Watch.   To view this invaluable link, CLICK HERE.

Safe City Mississauga Annual Report – CLICK HERE

Mississauga Neighbourhood Watch Link  CLICK HERE

Another greater service to try is MYLOCALCRIME.COM - which claims to be the world’s fastest and most comprehensive crime map.  Insert an address from Mississauga and see what it pulls up.  To access this site, CLICK HERE

Statistics Canada also publishes regular crime statistics.   Here in sone from July 2010 – CLICK HERE Unfortunately, the publicly available statistical data for Mississauga is grouped under the GTA Census Track (CLICK HERE).

 

Aspire Tutoring Program (K-6) – CLICK HERE

What?
Why?
Aspire is a no-cost, high quality, after-school tutoring program for children K-6 provided in priority neighbourhoods in Mississauga. By improving academic achievement and building peer relationships, Aspire helps students reach their full potential. Students who love school are less likely to drop out of school and to engage in criminal activities. Parents of Aspire not only reported improved academic grades and social skills but also reported having increased quality time with their children due to faster homework completion.

 

Crossroads Youth Programs – CLICK HERE

 

What?
Why?
Crossroads Youth Programs is a series of workshops and assemblies to help youth make positive informed choices. The best way to intervene with youth is before they decide to become involved in crime. Internationally recognized by the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners, Crossroads Youth Academy motivates and empowers youth to avoid criminal activities, become informed about being good citizens, and make healthy decisions.

 

 

 

 

ONLINE CRIME REPORTING

Peel Regional Police recently launched an Citizen Online Reporting System for non emergency situations.

You will be able to file online the following six incident types:

  • Lost Property with a total value under $5,000
  • Theft with a total value under $5,000
  • Theft from Vehicle with a total value under $5,000
  • Damage / Mischief to Property
  • Damage / Mischief to Vehicle
  • Supplemental Report
Click here to File a Report• Filing a false police report is a criminal offence.
• All cases filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting System will be reviewed.
• Upon review, if further information of your case is needed, you may be contacted.
• You will be able to file supplemental information to your original report, if needed.
A few points to cover before you continue:

  • If this is an emergency, please call 911.
  • Did this incident occur within the Region of Peel?  If not, please contact the police service where the incident occurred. Click here for map of the Region of Peel.
  • If you have a suspect, (example. name, licence plate, photo), please call Police.
  • If you feel victimized based on the suspect’s hate/bias, please call Police.
  • If you need to report lost or stolen government identification, a licence plate, etc., please call Police.
  • If the value of the property lost or stolen exceeds $5,000, please call Police.
  • The Peel Regional Police Non-Emergency Number is 905-453-3311.
  • You must have a valid e-mail address to use this system.
  • If you wish to submit an anonymous tip about a crime for which you are not a victim, pleaseclick here.


GENERAL POLICE INFORMATION

For general and non-urgent inquires call 905 – 453-3311: for emergencies and crimes in progress call 911

11 DIVISION

Relevant Police Forces: Clarkson, Erin Mills, Lorne Park, Rattray, Park Royal and Sheridan Homelands - 11 Division

11 Division is a full service operational division comprised of 258 officers and civilians, working out of the Uniform branch, Criminal Investigation Bureau and Community Liaison office. We serve the community resting between Highway No. 407 to the north, Winston Churchill Boulevard (Ninth Line) to the west, Lake Ontario to the south and on the east by Mavis Road.

The division is located at 3030 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga.

Other Offices:

Erin Mills Community Station

3476 Glen Erin Drive, Mississauga.
(North West corner of Glen Erin Drive and The Collegeway)
905-456-5818 FAX 905-820-4844

Community Liaison Officer (C.L.O) is Constable Marcia Hanlon-Whitlock #2656. The CLO is available to talk to your group and to all ages on a variety of issues, including crime prevention topics. The Community Liaison Officer works with local youth groups and organizations to increase the positive police presence in the community. Constable Hanlon-Whitlock can be contacted at (905)453-3311, ext. 1160.

Neighbourhood Policing Officers

Neighbourhood Policing Officers work with the area high schools to maintain a presence with our youth population. They work directly with teachers, parents and the community to ensure our youth are on the right path to a great future.

11 Neighbourhood Police Unit Contacts
905-453-2121 x1105

OIC – S/Sgt. Sandra Trepte #1630

Supervisors: Sgt. Gord Smith #1436 & Sgt. Darren Hawley #1309

NPU Officers:

OFFICERS – SCHOOL

Cst. J. Gilmore #2780 – Clarkson S.S.

Cst. B. Cranley #3091 – Erindale S.S.

Cst. C. Gregoire #3035 – St. Famile

Cst. A. Chmara #3210 – Iona S.S.

Cst. P. Koumbari #2921 – John Fraser S.S.

Cst. R. McCue #2823 – Lorne Park S.S.

Cst. P. Stiff #3059 – Loyola Catholic

Cst. J. MacLeod #2964 – St. Aloyius Gonzaga

Cst. M. Clutterbuck #3019 – St. Joan of Arc

Cst. B. Moldrik #2716 – St. Martin S.S.

Cst. R. Grant #3008 – Woodlands S.S.

12 DIVISION

Relevant Police Forces: Port Credit, Mineola East and West, Gordon Woods, Applewood Acres, Applewood Hills, Applewood Heights, Orchard Heights, Lakeview and Sherway – 12 Division.

12 Division is a full service operational division. We have a full uniform contingent, as well as a comprehensive criminal investigation bureau and neighbourhood policing unit. The 236,216 residents are served by 251 officers and civilian personnel. It serves the community resting between Mavis Road to the west, Lake Ontario to the south, the Etobicoke Creek to the east and the north boundary is Hwy No. 407 between Mavis Road and Hwy No 410, then Derry Road from Hwy No. 410 to the Etobicoke Creek.

The division is located at 4600 Dixie Road, Mississauga.

Lakeshore Community Station

268 Lakeshore Rd. E., Mississauga.
(located on Lakeshore Rd E, between Mohawk and Brant Streets.
Additional reserved parking available on Brant St)
(905) 456-5840

Square One Community Station

Square One – 100 City Centre Drive, Mississauga
(East side, Outside Zellers Near Transit Loop)
905-456-5839

Neighbourhood Policing Officers

Neighbourhood Policing Officers work with the area high schools to maintain a presence with our youth population. They work directly with teachers, parents and the community to ensure our youth are on the right path to a great future.

12 Neighbourhood Police Unit Contacts
905-453-2121 x1205

Contact List

OIC: S/Sgt M. Donnelly #1342

Supervisors:

Sgt R. Lyall #1285

Sgt. R. Rowland #1450

NPU Officers:

OFFICERS – SCHOOL

Cst. R. ROSS #2951 – Cawthra Park

Cst. J. BIRD #3115 – T.L. Kennedy

Cst. D. DHILLON #2810 – Philip Pocock

Cst. A. HAROUN #2817 – St. Francis Xavier

Cst. S. KIM #2674 – Applewood Heights

Cst. J. MAEHLER #2906 – St Paul’s

Cst. J. STA.MARIA #2798 – St. Marcelinus

Cst. L. LOWE #2915 - Mentor College, Peel Alternative School South (PASS), Archbishop Romero SS, Kingdom Covenant Private School, Bronte College of Canada

Cst. D. O’SHEA #2807 – Gordon Graydon

Cst. C. EGGENBERGER #2694 – Father Michael Goetz

Cst. M. BOTH #2935 – Mississauga Secondary

Cst. N. HARRIS #2738 – Glen Forest

Cst. M. BIGGS #3034 – Port Credit

Cst. A. VIAENE #2890 – John Cabot
Community Liaison Officer (C.L.O.)
Constable Holly Faulkner #2917 is the 12 Division Community Liaison Officer. The CLO is available to talk to groups of all ages on a variety of issues, including crime prevention topics. The Community Liaison Officer works with local youth groups and organizations to increase a positive police presence in the community. Constable Faulkner can be contacted at (905)453-3311, ext. 1260.

Police Community Liaison Committee The Police/Community Liaison Committee has meetings on the second Thursday of each month from January to October. The committee was formed on October 3rd, 1990, to build and improve relationships between the police and the community we serve. This committee collaborates with many community resources and emergency services to provide education and charitable support to service-oriented agencies within the 12 Division boundaries.
Membership is open to all citizens living within 12 Division’s boundaries, although there is a thirty member limit. If you are interested in attending a meeting, please contact the 12 Division Community Liaison Officer 905-453-3311 ext 1260.

Other Key Numbers or Reports:

Health Line Peel provides information on car seat installation and can be reached by calling 905-799-7700.

Neighbourhood Watch can be reached by calling Safe City Mississauga at (905) 615-6272


Peel Police Strategic Plan 2008-2010

Peel Police Annual Performance Report 2008

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