Report a Violation to a Conservation Officer
Conservation Officers patrol the Province of PEI to monitor, preserve and protect our Island’s wildlife and natural resources. They conduct investigations and respond to reports from the public about potential violations under many pieces of provincial and federal legislation. You could encounter a Conservation Officer anywhere on PEI, including highways, beaches, riverbanks, or trails.
To report something you believe is a violation, including poaching, illegal dumping or an environmental concern, leave a detailed message anytime at 902-368-4884 or use the online form below to provide as much detail as possible about the issue.
You can report incidents of poaching, illegal dumping or tips on illegal activity related to wildlife and the environment to a conservation officer.
To report marine pollution or a spill on land/water, please call the Coast Guard at 1-800-565-1633.
During regular office hours, you may contact a Conservation Officer at the numbers below based on your location:
What information will I need to provide?
To assist with a successful investigation, provide as much information as possible about the violation, including a clear explanation of the situation or incident, where and when you saw it, a description of any individuals, vehicles or equipment involved, if applicable, and photos that may help our investigation.
If you choose to provide your name and contact information, it will be available to the officers only, to be used to communicate with you about the potential violation you reported. Conservation officers also respond to tips reported through Crime Stoppers if you wish to remain fully anonymous.