The Kingston Police Community Volunteers (KPCV) support the Kingston Police by volunteering hundreds of hours every year in a variety of roles that enhance policing services to the Kingston community.  This excellent volunteer program has provided invaluable assistance to the citizens of Kingston since 1996.


Kingston Police Community Volunteers

Apply to volunteer

Kingston Police Community Volunteers crest

If you’re interested in applying to become a member of the KPCV, please complete the application form at the link below and either mail it to us or drop it off in person at the front desk of Kingston Police Headquarters, 705 Division Street.  Applicants must also complete the Kingston Police Application for Police Check attached to the KPCV Application file.

Applications must be submitted by the 30th of September each year, for we take on new volunteers only once a year.

KPCV application

Our history

In 1996, Kiwanis Kingston provided financial assistance to form the Kingston Police Community Volunteers.  Initially starting with 25 members, the group now boasts 50 full-time members. 

Over the years, volunteer members have located stolen vehicles and property, conducted searches for missing persons, alerted police to intoxicated drivers, assisted in searching for evidence at crime scenes, and gathered valuable data in areas of common community concern.  In all of these instances, by providing direct support to uniformed officers, volunteers make it possible for officers to concentrate on their front-line tasks. 

The volunteers have also facilitated community outreach, by conducting child identification clinics, child car seat inspections, and station tours and by assisting with major events and parades.