Welcome to the Greater Sudbury Police Service Sexual Assault Online Reporting system. We are here to help.

We recognize that reporting a sexual assault can be difficult. As police officers, it is our job to conduct a thorough investigation while providing you with ongoing support. Our goal is to identify arrest and prosecute the person(s) responsible. If you do not want to proceed in the criminal process, we have partnered with many other agencies that can help you. A list of these community partners and their contact information is provided in the Sexual Assault Frequently Asked Questions.

Using this online police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of your report. You SHOULD NOT file a report of sexual assault online if:

  • This is an Emergency.
  • You are in danger or need medical assistance.
  • This just happened or the suspect is nearby.

If any of the above statements apply to you, call 911.

To file your report online, we require the following:

  • The report must be filed by the victim, parent/guardian or support person of the victim.
  • You must have a valid email address. Your email address should be safe and not able to be accessed by the suspect.
  • You must complete the contact address information.

For more information about reporting sexual assault online, please see Sexual Assault Frequently Asked Questions.

Once you've completed your report, you will:

  • See the words “Your online police report has been submitted” which means that your report is complete
  • Be given a temporary police report number
  • Be able to print a copy of your report to keep for your records

Please Note:

  • All reports online will be reviewed within seven days.
  • Once your report has been processed, you will receive an official police report number by email.
  • Once your report is reviewed, a Detective will contact you.

Greater Sudbury Police Service