This website has been created by the Halton Police – Drug & Morality Unit to
provide up-to-date information specific to the Halton Region about
drug use, substance abuse, and criminal activity connected to illicit drugs.

This website is not monitored 24/7.  If you have an emergency, contact 911.

There is an overwhelming amount of information available on the internet regarding drugs.  

If you live in and around the Halton Region then this site is for you.


Halton Street Drugs

Follow the link below to a list of the most common drugs found in the Region of Halton, including statistics, video testimonials, and photographs.

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Halton Community Drug Resources

Click on the link below to find valuable resources in Halton Region.


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Recent Halton Drug Activity

Halton_Regional_Police_Service_LogoBe in the know! Follow the link below to read the latest drug related incidents provided by the Halton Regional Police Service.

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Halton Regional Police Service – Drug & Morality Unit.

The Halton Regional Police Drug & Morality Unit is comprised of two teams of specially trained investigators who are responsible for enforcement of all drug and firearm matters in the region. 

If you wish to speak directly to a Drug & Morality Unit investigator, please contact Detective Paul St. Denis at or 905-825-4747 ext: 8732.

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Have Information.
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Members of the Halton public can also provide anonymous tips through Crime Stoppers of Halton. 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.

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 A special thanks to the students and staff of Nelson High School in Burlington for their contribution to the naming of this website as well as to the development of its content.