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  • Investigation on-going after violent altercation with a sword and a bat

    On June 29, 2021 shortly after 8:00 a.m. police responded to multiple 911 calls regarding two males fighting with a baseball bat and a sword.

    Both males involved in the early morning altercation reside at a downtown Princess Street building where the incident began. During the confrontation a 48-year-old male struck the 37-year-old accused with a baseball bat before fleeing the building via the fire escape.

  • Excessive speeding targeted with new MOMS Act

    Drivers choosing to speed excessively may find themselves charged with Stunt Driving after new MOMS (Moving Ontarians More Safely) Act, takes effect on July 1, 2021.

    Currently in Ontario drivers who engage in street racing, driving contests/stunts, aggressive-driving, or speeding 50 km/h or more over the speed limit, may be charged with Stunt Driving.

  • Kingston Police looking for missing woman

    Kingston Police and family are concerned for the safety and well-being of 31-year-old Jessica Munt. While she is from Smiths Falls and has been known to frequent Toronto and Ottawa, she last contacted a family member recently in June who resides in Kingston, stating she was in town.

  • Kingston Police Community Volunteers celebrate 25th anniversary

    Kingston Police wishes to specifically recognize the continuing altruistic efforts of the Kingston Police Community Volunteers (KPCV). This May marks a major milestone for the KPCV. They will have been serving the Kingston community for 25 years. Over those 25 years the KPCV have grown from 20 members to 70 volunteers.

  • Next Level Investments Restitution

    On April 26, 2021, the court that sentenced individuals in the Next Level criminal proceedings made a follow-up forfeiture order.  As a result of that fresh forfeiture order, about $505,000 has been added to the Ministry fund out of which compensation to victims will be made in accordance with the terms of the below notice.

  • Kingston Police respond to new COVID-19 restrictions

    On April 16, 2021, the Government of Ontario announced new restrictions, including a two-week extension of the current province-wide stay-at-home order, in order to stop the rapid growth of COVID-19 case rates.  It also announced enhanced enforcement measures for police officers under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA), to restrict mobility in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.

  • Kingston Police seize vehicles of chronic suspended drivers

    A pair of Kingston Police uniform patrol officers came upon two habitual suspended drivers in the same day, resulting in charges and the seizure of the vehicles being operated by these chronic offenders.

  • Kingston Police supports the closure of Breakwater Park

    To assist with the control of the COVID-19 pandemic and recently declared outbreak in the University District, Kingston Police is supportive of the City of Kingston’s decision to expand the emergency order to close Breakwater Park.

    Both police and bylaw enforcement officers attended the park at multiple times on April 8. While it may have appeared from a distance as one large crowd of hundreds of people, upon closer examination it was discovered by officers that people were predominantly within groups of five people or less, and only one liquor violation was observed and enforced.

  • Woman charged after male teen stabbed

    An 18-year-old Kingston woman is under arrest and facing charges of aggravated assault and assault with a weapon following a confrontation that resulted in a 17-year-old male being transported to hospital with multiple stab wounds.

    At approximately 6:15 p.m. Kingston Police as well as Frontenac Paramedics were dispatched to an apartment complex located on Van Order Dr where the male was located with serious but non-life-threatening injuries to his torso and elsewhere.

  • Kingston Police supports MCSC rescu app to assist in the recovery of missing children

    Thousands of children go missing in Canada every year, but fewer than one per cent of those cases are broadcast to the public through AMBER Alerts. While police remain on the front line in the searches for missing children, responding on average to over 40,000 reports annually across Canada, members of the public increasingly play an important role in helping bring children to safety.


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Kingston, Ontario
K7K 4C2

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