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Awareness guide - assistance and reporting

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This section provides the contact information of local agencies (government and non-government) that can assist you in getting support for yourself or a close one presenting some risk factors for radicalization to violence, or in reporting information on a threat to national security or behaviors associated with radicalization to violence.

Renuka Dash

"Throughout my career, I noted that the paths to radicalization leading to violence varied from one person to the next; there are as many paths as there are ways to avoid radicalization and pull through. Early reporting is the beginning of the solution."

Renuka Dash
National Security Community Outreach
Program Coordinator
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Everyone has a role to play

The threat of radicalization to violence requires everyone to play a role in order to prevent violent behaviour from occurring. Violent extremism cannot be stopped by law enforcement alone.

Every Canadian has to be aware of the possibility that someone they know may be at risk of becoming radicalized to violence.

You (relatives, friends, teachers, colleagues, social workers, religious and community leaders) are the closest to the individuals at risk of becoming radicalized to violence. This means you are the ones in the best position to recognize early warning signs in behavioural changes. You are also the ones who can contact the appropriate agencies and/or authorities to get assistance and find out what to do.

Resources and reporting by canadian province

To report a situation of concern or to request information, please refer to the telephone numbers listed below.

Map of Canada with provinces names

Alberta

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP - Integrated National Security Enforcement Team - Edmonton 780-890-4365 rcmp.ca
RCMP – Integrated National Security Enforcement Team - Calgary 403-292-8705 rcmp.ca
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com
Alberta Child and Family Services Line 1-800-387-5437
Alberta Health Services 403-297-4664 Alberta Health Services
Alberta Crisis Line 1-800-565-3801
Social Services (for parent or youth) 211

British Columbia

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 778-290-3100 rcmp.ca
RCMP - Integrated National Security Enforcement Team 778-290-4195 or 778-290-6000

Crime Stoppers

1-800-222-8477 or text: BCTIP 274637 www.solvecrime.ca
Vancouver Police Department - Phone General Enquiries 311
B.C. Police Forces B.C. Police Forces

Manitoba

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 204-983-5462 rcmp.ca
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com
Winnipeg Police Service 204-986-6222 (non-emergency line)

New Brunswick

Resources Phone numbers Internet site
RCMP 1-800-665-6663 rcmp.ca
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com

Newfoundland and Labrador

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 709-772-5400 rcmp.ca
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary 709-729-8000
Mental Health Crisis Line of Newfoundland and Labrador 888-737-4668 Mental Health Crisis Line of Newfoundland and Labrador
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com

Northwest Territories

Resource Phone numbers Internet site
RCMP 1-800-794-9460 or 1-800-420-5805 rcmp.ca

Nova Scotia

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 902-720-5694 rcmp.ca
Nova Scotia Terrorism Tipline 1-800-420-5805
Crime Prevention Unit 902-424-0123 Nova Scotia Department of Justice
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com
Network of Community and Social Services 211 211 Nova Scotia

Nunavut

Resource Phone number Internet site
RCMP - Iqaluit 867-975-0123 rcmp.ca

Ontario

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP - Integrated National Security Enforcement Team 1-800-387-0020 rcmp.ca
OPP - Ontario Provincial Police 1-888-310-1122 Ontario Provincial Police
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com
Toronto Police Service - Crime Prevention 416-808-0135 Toronto Police Service - Crime Prevention Directory
Peel Regional Police 905-453-3311 (non-emergency line) Peel Regional Police
Ottawa Police service 613-236-1222 Ottawa Police service - Contact us
Distress Centre - Ontario 613-238-3311 Distress Centre - Ottawa and Region
Sayeda Khadija Centre (Dr. Hamid Slimi) 905-564-5509 Sayeda Khadija Centre
Canadian Centre For Deen Studies 647-258-9436

Prince Edward Island

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 902-566-7112 rcmp.ca
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com
Victim Services (Government of PEI) 902-368-4582
The PEI Helpline 1-800-218-2285
Family Services of PEI 902-436-9171

Quebec

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
Radicalization to Violence Prevention Centre 514-687-7141 or 1-877-687-7141 Radicalization to Violence Prevention Centre
RCMP 1-800-771-5401 rcmp.ca
Sûreté du Québec Crime Information Centre 1-800-659-4264
Info-Crime 1-800-711-1800
Info-Crime - Montréal 514-393-1133 or 514-280-2222 Montréal Police Service - Contact us
Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 Kids Help Phone
Québec City AGIR Program 418-641-2447 or 1-888-641-2447 Québec City
Première ressource - Parent Assistance 514-525-2573 or 1-866-329-4223 Première ressource - Aide aux parents

Saskatchewan

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 1-800-667-6662 RCMP in Saskatchewan
Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 or text: TIP312 www.222tips.com
Regina Police Service 306-777-6500 Regina Police Service
Saskatoon Police Service 306-975-8300 Saskatoon Police Service
Community Hub Contact (Regina) 306-780-5143 or 306-201-9790

Yukon

Resources Phone numbers Internet sites
RCMP 1-800-420-5805 rcmp.ca
RCMP - Whitehorse 867-667-5555 rcmp.ca

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