Report to your local law enforcement agency
Note that it may be appropriate to report to more than one of these resources about the same concern. If a child is at immediate risk, call 911.
If you have information about sexual exploitation through prostitution, contact the Winnipeg police. The Winnipeg Police Service—Counter Exploitation Unit investigates prostitution offences. This unit has a number of initiatives to assist neighbourhoods. For details, contact the Counter Exploitation Unit:
Phone: (204) 986-3464
In Manitoba—Outside Winnipeg
Elsewhere in Manitoba, contact your local RCMP office or your local law enforcement service. Click here for a list of RCMP Detachments within Manitoba.
Anywhere in Canada
Report online sexual exploitation to Cybertip.ca:
Toll-free phone number: 1-866-658-9022
Report to Manitoba Justice—Public Safety Investigations Unit
The Public Safety Investigations Unit is a division of Manitoba Justice and works in partnership with local police to enforce the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act. It works by holding property owners accountable for threatening or disturbing activities that regularly take place on their property. The identity of the person who files the complaint is confidential.
Contact: Manitoba Justice
Public Safety Investigations Unit
Winnipeg, MB. R3C 3L6
Phone: (204) 945-3475
Toll Free: 1-800-954-9361
Website: Manitoba Justice—Safer Communities
Report to Your Local Child and Family Service Agency
The Child and Family Services Act of Manitoba states that everyone has the legal responsibility to report information that leads them to reasonably believe that a child is, or might be in need of protection.
You can make an anonymous report to Child and Family Services.
Contact: Child and Family Services (all CFS agencies within Winnipeg)
Daytime phone: (204) 944-4200
Evening phone: (204) 944-4050
To find the number for your specific area within rural Manitoba: 1-888-834-9767