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  • Utilities Kingston warn of Telephone Scam

    Utilities Kingston is warning customers to beware of pre-recorded voice messages, pretending to be from Utilities Kingston and demanding immediate payment for utilities.  This is a scam.

  • Kingston Police looking for missing 19 year old

    Patrol officers have located the missing male safe in Kingston. Thank you to all those who shared concern and this information.

  • Cram a Cruiser Food Drive takes place in Kingston on December 10

    Kingston- It’s that time of year again where we can all cram a cruiser.

    Loblaws Supermarket, along with members of the Kingston Police CORE Unit will be on hand at the Kingston Centre location tomorrow December 10, 2021 to challenge shoppers to stuff a Police Cruiser with non-perishable food items or monetary donations to help nourish local families during this Holiday season.

  • Police seeking public assistance to identify male involved in aggravated assault

    The Kingston Police are continuing their investigation into an aggravated assault which occurred over Halloween weekend.  The assault took place in the area of Division St and Princess St.  The victim suffered life threatening injuries and continues to receive intensive medical care. 

  • Kingston Police seek the assistance from the public in locating missing person

    Kingston Police Investigators are currently searching for a male who was reporting missing to Police on December 4, 2021. Lucas Greene (27 years) has no fixed address and frequents the Care Hub located on Montreal St. as well as the address of 381 Bagot St. Lucas is described as a white male, 5’11, 200 lbs, with short/light brown hair and hazel/green eyes.

  • ArriveCAN – Fraudulent Third Party Websites Alert

    This bulletin was prepared to warn the public about third party websites claiming to be ArriveCAN.

    ArriveCAN is free and secure and is the official Government of Canada platform to provide mandatory travel information before and after entry into Canada.

  • OHL Big Ticket Night with the Kingston Frontenacs

    This Friday, November 12th, is the OHL’s Big Ticket Night when the Kingston Frontenacs play host to the Oshawa Generals.

    In partnership with the Kingston Frontenacs, the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run and the Kingston Police Service, the Frontenacs will host the OHL’s Big Ticket Night fundraiser for Special Olympics.

  • Street Crime Unit Arrest Female For Trafficking Crystal Methamphetamine and Cocaine

    On November 26, 2021 members of the Kingston Police Street Crime Unit executed a drug search warrant at a house on Division Street with the assistance of the Emergency Response Unit.

  • Crime Prevention Week: Safer Communities, Stronger Ontario

    Today, Kingston Police kick off Ontario’s annual Crime Prevention Week, which runs from November 8 to the 13, 2021. The week-long promotion of crime prevention is supported by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), the Ministry of the Solicitor General, and police services across Ontario.

  • Kingston Police investigate $30,000 Canada Border Agency Scam call

    Kingston Police continue to receive several incidents of individuals being contacted by fraudsters, who claim to be employees from the Canada Border Services Agency and demanding money.

    The victim in this latest incident called the Police on November 2, and reported that she has just been defrauded $30,000 in funds.

Contact Us

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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