Be the ‘eyes and ears’ in your neighbourhood

November is National Crime Prevention and Community Safety Month and the HRM Public Safety Office is encouraging you to play a role in public safety.


Be the ‘eyes and ears’ in your neighbourhood
You’re in the best position to know if there’s an issue impacting safety in your neighbourhood. Report a crime by calling:
●       911 – emergency or crime in progress
●       490-5020 (Halifax Regional Police) or 244-7208 (RCMP) – non-emergency requiring an officer to be dispatched
●       490-5016 (Halifax Regional Police) or 244-7208 (RCMP) – to file an incident report. You can also report minor crime on-line at
Report crime anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submitting a secure web tip at or texting a tip – Tip 202 + your message to 274637.
Be a good neighbour
Make your neighbourhood less vulnerable to crime by:
●       getting to know your neighbours. Knowing who your neighbours are and what is going on in your neighbourhood will help you to identify suspicious activity.
●       joining/forming a Neighbourhood Watch group in your neighbourhood. Neighbourhood Watch provides a means of reducing the opportunity for crime to occur through the active participation of citizens in crime prevention. Visit for more information on Neighbourhood Watch.
●       finding ways to engage with youth in your community.
Visit for more information on HRM’s Good Neighbours, Great Neighbourhoods initiative.
Be involved
Volunteer with a crime prevention/public safety organization. For information on volunteering with Halifax Regional Police, visit or call 490-6976. For information on volunteering with RCMP, visit .
Make crime prevention a daily practice
Staying one step ahead of criminals will reduce your risk of being a victim of crime. Visit for simple crime prevention tips you can incorporate into your daily routine.

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