Road Watch incorporates three components essential to modifying aggressive driving behavior – public education, awareness and enforcement. Together, these key factors can reduce motor vehicle collisions, prevent injury and even death.
Aggressive driving includes speeding, following too closely, failing to yield, unsafe lane changes, unsafe passing and disobeying traffic signs and signals.
Road Watch Online Reporting
If you observe an act of aggressive driving in York Region, report it. Reports can be filed online with York Regional Police.
In order to safeguard against abuse, anonymous reports cannot be submitted. Your information remains confidential and is never shared with the owner of the vehicle you are reporting.
What Happens once I Submit a Report?
The first time a report is received about a vehicle, York Regional Police will send the registered owner of the vehicle a letter informing them of the details of the incident. The letter will be highlight the date and location that the incident occurred, the basis of the allegation and will encourage road safety.
A second report received about a vehicle will result in the registered owner being sent a second letter, which will be followed by a phone call from an officer.
A third report will result in an officer attending the address of the registered owner. The officer will determine the appropriate course of action.