The Halton Regional Police Service Intelligence Bureau is managed by Detective Sergeant Dave Stewart.
This group of detectives monitors the activities of members of Organized Crime groups and serves as a resource for Service members in such areas as:
- Organized Crime
- Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs
- Street Gangs
- Subversives/Terrorism and Extremism
- Security Coordination
- Privacy Act
- Federal and Provincial Parolees
- Hate/Bias Motivated Crimes
- Proceeds of Crime
- Witness Protection
- Human Source Management
- Covert Observations
A number of HRPS Intelligence Officers are also seconded to various provincial investigative bodies and task forces, including:
The Biker Enforcement Unit (BEU):
A joint forces unit staffed by most of the major police services in Ontario. Their mandate is to dismantle and disrupt Outlaw Motorcycle Gang activity in the province and across the country.
The Provincial Asset Forfeiture Unit:
A joint forces unit staffed by most major police services in Ontario. Their mandate is to remove the profit from the criminal economy through the seizure and forfeiture of offence-related property and proceeds of crime.
The Repeat Offender and Parole Enforcement (ROPE):
A joint forces unit staffed by most of the major police services in Ontario. The ROPE Squad tracks down and captures escapees, parole violators, violent criminals and other serious offenders.
To provide confidential information, please contact either:
Members of the public can also provide anonymous tips through Crime Stoppers.
Crime Stoppers is a non-profit, non-police organization that encourages members of the public to anonymously communicate information regarding criminal activity in exchange for cash.
It is available at:
Toll Free: 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
Tips can also be submitted via text to 274637 (CRIMES), starting your message with TIP201 or online at:
The Crime Stoppers Tip Line is available 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week. Tips can also be submitted online through the Crime Stoppers website.
When a member of the public calls Crime Stoppers, they are assigned a special code number which is used for future contact with Crime Stoppers personnel. Calls are never traced nor recorded, and Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to Call Display.
Informants are only known by their code numbers.
Crime Stoppers shares all information it receives with the appropriate police service(s) to assist with their investigation(s). If the information provided leads to a charge or an arrest, the source may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00.