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  • Kingston Police and KCHC to hold bike ride on Truth and Reconciliation Day

    Schedule: 9:00 a.m. Smudge and opening ceremony by Pytor Hodgson (3 Things Consulting) and Logan Jackson (KCHC staff). Remarks by KCHC’s Mike Bell (CEO) and Wendy Vuyk (Director, Community Health); and Kingston Police’s Chief Antje McNeely and Inspector Matt Funnell.

  • UDSI weekend results in Prowl by Night arrest, more than $100,000 in nuisance party charges

    Kingston Police and City of Kingston Bylaw Enforcement had another busy weekend in the University District between September 24 and 26. With officers dedicated to enforcing the University District Safety Initiative (UDSI), public safety was the priority and all streets were kept clear and open for normal vehicular traffic and emergency responders.

  • Police locate missing teen safe in downtown Kingston

    Kingston Police would like to thank the public for their assistance after missing teenager Jorden DOUCET was located safely in  downtown Kingston at approximately 11:00 p.m. on the evening of September 22, 2021. Thank you to all those who assisted in locating Jorden and shared information in regards to his possible whereabouts. 

  • Kingston Police locate missing person with new drone

    With the assistance of the Kingston Police Traffic Safety Unit’s new drone, officers were able to successfully and safely locate an elderly male who had been reported missing by a family member.

  • City issues new emergency order to further curb unsafe social gatherings

    Today, the City of Kingston is issuing a new emergency order – which includes increased penalties and new enforcement powers to further discourage the ongoing violation of social-gathering limits and help stop local COVID-19 case counts from climbing.

  • City of Kingston and Kingston Police report on enforcing University District Safety Initiative

    KINGSTON, ONT./ Sept. 7, 2021 – The City of Kingston and Kingston Police are providing information on their efforts to enforce the University District Safety Initiative (UDSI) between Friday evening and Tuesday morning.

  • Three Kingston Men Arrested After Ongoing Cocaine Trafficking Investigation

    On August 18, 2021 members of the Kingston Police Street Crime Unit concluded an ongoing cocaine trafficking investigation. Members of the Kingston Police Drug Unit, K9 Unit and the Emergency Response Unit assisted with the execution of drug search warrants at two locations on Wellington Street and Ontario. Three males were arrested and found to be in possession of a large quantity of Cocaine, MDMA, Xanax, Codeine, LSD, Oxycontin, Psilocybin mushrooms, Hash, THC Oil, Cannabis edibles, and processed cannabis. Officers as well located evidence of drug trafficking and a large amount of Canadian currency. The total value of the seizure was approximately $600 000.00.

  • KCHC and Kingston Police partner for community consultations

    The goal of this project is to conduct a series of community consultations to hear feedback on how the Kingston Police can increase equity, diversity, inclusion and indigenization (EDII) throughout their organization.

    Chief Antje McNeely explains the impetus for this initiative: “Recent events have brought increasing awareness to the need to re-examine Canada’s history and the legacy of residential schools.

  • Police warn public in regards to recent scam involving hidden Google drive

    To help protect you against malicious links, most email clients have filters that flag suspicious-looking emails. To bypass these filters, cybercriminals often create malicious content using well-known platforms such as Google Drive, and then use the platform’s share feature to distribute their content. Since these platforms are so widely used, your built-in email filters typically do not recognize that this content is malicious.

  • Argument over money turns violent

    On June 28, 2021 at approximately 9:20 p.m. police received multiple 911 hang-up calls from a downtown area residence. Responding officers located the accused and victim arguing and separated the two. The victim was frightened and hysterical and removed to a safe location.


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