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  • Kingston Police Strategic Plan

    The Kingston Police Board and the Kingston Police are proud to announce the completion of the 2023-2026 Kingston Police Strategic Plan.

    Kingston Police Board Chair Jarrod Stearns states, “In collaboration with input from a number of community stakeholders and police management, I am extremely proud to share this results-based and community focused Plan.”

  • Person arrested without incident after wielding knife and hammer

    On April 3, 2023 at approximately 12:40 p.m. officers responded to an address in the east end of the city for a report of an out of control individual with a knife.

  • Collision with Hydro Pole Results in Power Outage and Impaired Driving Charges

    At approximately 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 a blue Nissan Pathfinder struck a hydro pole in the area of Woodbine Rd and Nottinghill Ave. The pole came down, causing sparking live wires and a power outage to some west-end residents.

  • Failure to cooperate with police during traffic stop ends in criminal charges

    On April 3, 2023, at approximately 2:55 a.m. patrol officers observed a vehicle speeding on Ford Street. As the officers conducted a U-turn in an attempt to stop the vehicle, the driver pulled over and along with passenger rushed toward the front entryway of a residence. The officers caught up to the individuals and requested the driver provide his license.

  • Police asking for assistance to identify assault suspect

    On March 7, 2023 at approximately 1:40 p.m. officers responded to an assault call in the east end of Kingston. The assault occurred at the victims’ residence and the suspect fled prior to police arrival. The attack was not random, however police are looking to confirm the suspect’s identity.

  • Two youths charged in relation to a hate/bias-motivated incident

    An investigation by Kingston Police Hate Crimes Officer and Youth Officer has led to the arrest of two youths in relation to a hate/bias-motivated incident.

  • Impaired driver caught after driving into ditch

    On February 2, 2023 the accused was driving eastbound on Taylor Kidd Boulevard. Along a straight stretch of Taylor Kidd Boulevard east of Coronation Boulevard the accused drove off the roadway and into the ditch.

  • Suspect breaks into restaurant preparing to open

    On February 2, 2023 staff were preparing to open a restaurant on Division Street. At approximately 10:50 a.m. the suspect approached the locked front door and proceeded to force it open. The suspect then entered the restaurant, grabbed an iPad near the front door and immediately fled on foot.

  • Crime Prevention Campaign, Lock It OR Lose It

    December 9th, 2022

    Crime Prevention Campaign, Lock It OR Lose It

    Kingston police wish to remind citizens not to leave valuables in their vehicles and be sure to lock their doors. These types of thefts are usually thefts of opportunity. Someone trying door handles will enter unlocked parked vehicles and steal anything of value.

  • Operation Impact 2022

    Officers in the Kingston Police Traffic Safety Unit were on the roads throughout the Thanksgiving Weekend participating in Canada wide #OperationImpact2022.


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Kingston Police
705 Division Street
Kingston, Ontario
K7K 4C2

Telephone: 613-549-4660
TTY (hearing impaired): 613-549-8792
Administration Fax: 613-549-3111
Operations Fax: 613-549-7111

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