How you report your crime to Penticton RCMP will depend on the urgency of the matter.
Does the issue require immediate response or dispatch? If so, call 911. Here are some examples of an emergency:
- When the emergency involves an immediate threat to a person or property
- If you see a crime in progress or suspicious circumstance that may indicate a pending criminal act
- If immediate action is required from police, fire or emergency health services
- A serious crime that has just occurred and the suspect may not be far away from the scene
If some time has elapsed since the incident, the suspect is no longer at the scene, or the call is to report a nuisance issue, call the RCMP's non-emergency number at 250-492-4300 or click the button below to file your report online.
How to Report a Crime
Other Reports and Issues
Do you have a noisy neighbour? Is a barking dog keeping you up all night? Would you like to make a complaint about a traffic or snow removal issue? These are all examples of issues that should be reported to the City of Penticton's Bylaw Services Department.
Please see the following categories for further information about other issues and how to report them.
Report any theft or suspicious activity and help our community put the brakes on property crime. Visit the See Something Say Something page for details.