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  • Kingston Police and the CAFC give tips on how to boost your protection against common cyber threats

    Release Date: October 10, 2023

    Finding the motivation to start a new fitness routine can be tough, just like staying up to date on the latest cyber threats. But much like the latest fitness crazes like joggling (jogging and juggling) and doga (dog yoga), cyber criminals are also coming up with new and innovative techniques to step up their skills. Luckily, you don’t have to be a fitness expert or a cyber security buff to stay ahead of common cyber threats! Here is some information and tips on how to help protect yourself.

  • UDSI goes into effect October 14 in anticipation of Homecoming activities

    University District Safety Initiative goes into effect October 14 in anticipation of Homecoming activities

    KINGSTON, ONT./ Oct. 6, 2023 – Kingston Police and City Bylaw Enforcement are reminding students to be mindful of their behaviour and to celebrate responsibly during Homecoming festivities.

  • Kingston Police announce the date for this year’s fall auction

    Release Date: September 27, 2023


    Kingston Police would like to advise the public that it will soon be that time of year again for the much-anticipated Kingston Police fall auction. Found or seized property will be up for grabs to the highest bidder.

  • Police ask for the public’s assistance in identifying person suspected of break and enter and theft

    Release Date: September 27, 2023



    Kingston Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect who broke into a residential apartment building multiple times in mid-September. The residential apartment building was located in the area of Armstrong Road in Kingston’s west end.

  • Two individuals arrested and charged with multiple drug trafficking offences

    Release Date: September 27, 2023


    In August 2023, members of the Kingston Police Drug Enforcement Unit began investigating two individuals believed to be actively involved in trafficking fentanyl, cocaine, and crystal methamphetamine within the City of Kingston. As a result of this investigation, on Thursday September 21, 2023, police stopped one of the accused while operating a motor vehicle on Eldon Hall Place, in the City of Kingston, at which time they were placed under arrest for possession for the purpose of trafficking.

  • Individual arrested and charged with assault and resisting arrest

    Release Date: September 26, 2023


    On September 25, 2023, at approximately 5:00 p.m. police responded to a call involving an assault, which had just occurred in the area of Montreal Street and John Counter Boulevard.

  • Police warn public to watch out for .us domains

    Release Date: September 26, 2023

    Police are warning the public that cybercriminals have been using over 20,000 .us top-level domains in phishing attacks. A top-level domain is the final section of a domain name, such as “.com” or “.ca”.

  • Individual arrested and charged with dangerous driving and failing to stop for police

    Release Date: September 25, 2023


    On September 24, 2023, at approximately 11:55 p.m. officers, who were on general patrol in the area of John Counter Boulevard, observed a motor vehicle travelling westbound on John Counter Boulevard with a burnt-out light.

  • Police warn public regarding cybercriminals maliciously using browser notifications

    Release Date: September 25, 2023

    What Are Browser Notifications?


    Most internet browsers allow websites to offer browser notifications. The first time you visit a website that offers browser notifications, you will see a pop-up message at the top of your browser window asking you to either allow or block notifications. If you choose to allow them, browser notifications can be displayed at any time, even when you are not on that website. These notifications are typically used for things like blog updates, social media interactions, and upcoming sales. Unfortunately, cybercriminals can also send their own malicious browser notifications to steal your money and information.

  • Police seeking to identify two individuals suspected of theft

    Release Date: September 20, 2023


    Between the beginning of May to the middle of September 2023, multiple thefts have occurred in the area of Binnington Court in the City of Kingston’s north end.

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