Missing Persons

For current Missing Persons cases, please see our up-to-date news releases and Facebook album.


There is no 24-hour waiting period to report a person as missing.

Missing persons reports considered as high risk investigations are assessed upon the information obtained at the time, and dependent upon conditions, environment and lifestyle of the person and are classified as a person who:

  • possess a physical or mental disability;
  • is elderly or very young;
  • is dependent on prescription medications;
  • is unfamiliar with the city;
  • wanderers or is an Alzheimer patient;
  • is engaged in a high risk lifestyle; or
  • is associated with violent behavior.

If there is some indication of foul play (suspicious or criminal activity), call 9-1-1 immediately. If foul play is not suspected, contact the Missing Person's Unit.

If you have information about any of these people, contact the Missing Persons Unit at:

  • (613) 236-1222 extension 7300 for 24 hour assistance;
  • (613) 236-1222 extension 2355 for Missing Persons Unit (Monday to Friday, 8am-4pm ); or
  • Anonymously leave information through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.