Crime and unwanted behaviour happens all across our city on a daily basis. Our local community is not immune to it. We invite all community residents to be diligent, observant, and active in preventing and reporting crime in our neighbourhood.
Edmonton Crime Stats
The Edmonton Police Service has made available crime stats for neighbourhoods right across the city, including York. To see the stats in our area, click here to be directed to the EPS Crime Mapping Site.
If you see a crime in progress, please call 911 immediately.
If you wish to report suspicious behaviour or a crime that has already occured, please call the non-emergency line at 780-423-4567.
You may also report crimes online at www.edmontonpolice.ca/reportacrimeonline
Neighbourhood Watch is an active part of our community crime prevention plan. If you are interested in being part of a Neighbourhood Watch Walking Group please contact firstname.lastname@example.org We will work with you to set up a time that works for you or connect you with pre-existing groups. To learn more about Neighbourhood Watch, click here.
League Parking Lot
If you see questionable activities, loitering, or illegal dumping in the league parking lot (especially late in the evening or early morning), you are asked to call the non-emergency police line at 780-423-4567 and report it.
Graffiti, in its many forms, is a crime.
Call 911 if you see graffiti in progress. Call police at 780-423-4567 if your own property has been vandalized.
Call the City of Edmonton at 311 to report graffiti on public or private property that is not your own. Remember to record, report, and remove it.
Please contact the League at email@example.com or call 311 if you see any graffiti on the hall or league ammenities.
You can learn more about the Graffiti Management Program and how it can help you at edmonton.ca
Car Curfew Program
Theft of auto is one of the most pervasive crimes in Edmonton. To address this growing problem the Edmonton Police Service has initiated the “Car Curfew” Program. The “Car Curfew Program” is a free, voluntary program which aims to prevent vehicle theft and aid patrol members in readily identifying a potentially stolen vehicle.
Registered owners may pick up “Car Curfew” program decals at their local police station and place them on the rear windshield of their vehicle. If a police officer witnesses the vehicle in operation between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., they may stop the vehicle and verify that the vehicle is being operated with the consent of the owner.
Click here for further details.