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  • Police requesting the public’s assistance in identifying an axe wielding male who committed mischief

    On January 13, 2021 at approximately 8:45 a.m. a male suspect was captured on video which was mounted to a vehicle in a parking lot on Brock Street in downtown Kingston. On the video the suspect was observed looking around the parking lot while standing next to a motor vehicle. He had a large axe in his hands which he then proceeded to use to smash out the passenger side front window of the vehicle. He leaned forward and looked inside the broken window of the vehicle before leaving the scene.

  • Kingston Police seek to identify break and enter suspects captured on video
    As a result of multiple tips provided by the public Kingston Police have identified the male and female suspects of a recent break and enter, where they were later captured on Giant Tiger video surveillance when using a stolen credit card. Arrests and charges are anticipated. Thank you to all who assisted in the matter.
  • A Joint Statement on the Enforcement of Social Gathering Restrictions in Kingston

    COVID-19 rates remain low in KFL&A, and all members of the community must stay vigilant in the collective fight against this disease. The community’s ability to contain disease spread depends on our commitment to following public health’s requirements and guidance.

  • Pilot Project Launching between Kingston Police and Youth Diversion

    Kingston Police and Youth Diversion have been working together since the onset of COVID-19 to address a significant gap impacting youth in our community.  As many social service agencies adapt to temporary service delivery models due to the impact of COVID-19, young people are falling through the cracks leaving police as the last line of support.

  • Kingston Police aware of planned weekend demonstrations

    Kingston Police wishes to clarify that while it is aware of the planned ‘Justice for George Floyd & All Police Racism Victims’ event on June 6 at Confederation Park it will not be formally involved, will not be an active participant, nor will any members be speaking at the demonstration. This was never the intent of Kingston Police and there was some apparent miscommunication by one of the event organizers when a liaison officer reached out earlier in the week to discuss public safety and COVID-19 concerns. The organization is also aware of the possibility of a second protest that may occur near City Hall at the same time.

  • Special Olympics Ontario First Ever Virtual School Championships Kickoff

    The Kingston Police and Special Olympics Ontario have put together an opportunity for student-athletes, ages 13-21 to stay active, stay connected and virtually compete. Today kicks off the first ever, Special Olympics Ontario 2020 Virtual School Championships. This virtual event is a safe way for Special Olympics student-athletes and unified partners to keep the spirit of Special Olympics alive by competing safely from their homes.

  • Couple both Charged in Relation to Domestic Incident

    One man was charged with a fresh domestic assault while his partner, the victim in the recent matter, was additionally charged for breaching a peace bond relating to an historic incident.

  • Shopping Cart used to Damage Vehicle

    A 48-year-old local man is facing charges of Mischief under $5,000 and two breaches of his probation after he became angry at two Home Base Housing staff and struck their vehicle with his shopping cart, causing damage in the process.

  • Man who Damaged Downtown Business Windows Injures Self in the Process

    A 28-year-old local man who decided to break multiple windows of a downtown Division St business cut his hand in the process and caught the attention of nearby paramedics, who followed him until Kingston Police could bring him into custody.

  • Parking Space Change-Up results in Impaired Driving Charges for Woman

    A 62-year-old Kingston woman is facing charges of impaired driving and operating a motor vehicle while in excess of the legal limit of alcohol after her brief time behind the wheel for the sole purpose of switching parking spaces.

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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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