Primary Report Intake, Management and Entry Unit (PRIME)
Citizen Online Report Entry (CORE)
File a Report
The Driving Complaint Report provides citizens with a means to report either:
- A Driving Complaint about a specific incident
- A Local Neighbourhood Traffic Issue or Concern
Examples of a Traffic Complaint include dangerous or unlawful driver behaviour such as speeding, unsafe lane changes, disobeying traffic lights and failing to stop at a stop sign.
A Local Neighbourhood Traffic Issue or Concern includes a specific incident or ongoing issue (Example: Speeding in a school zone).
In order to submit a report for a specific driving complaint, a brief description of the vehicle is also required to validate the licence plate information.
If there is a continuous neighbourhood driving complaint, a specific location, day(s) and time(s) of the issues must be supplied for follow-up action.
A detailed description of the incident should be submitted. Providing as much information as possible will help to ensure that action will be taken against the suspect vehicle owner.
Once a submission is received by the Toronto Police Service, the information will be reviewed by a police officer for follow-up action or, if deemed appropriate, a letter will be sent to the owner of a vehicle outlining the date, time and location of the incident. The letter will also include important messages encouraging the owner to ensure all who drive their vehicles do so in a safe and responsible manner.
THE FOLLOWING CANNOT BE REPORTED THROUGH THE CORE SYSTEM:
- If the incident resulted in a collision, please call the police for further instructions. Or report to a Collision reporting Centre
- If the identity of the driver is known, call the police at 416-808-2222.
Terms and Conditions
If you are ready to begin: START A REPORT