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Collision Reporting Centre

The Collision Reporting Centre (CRC) works with Kingston Police to expedite the process of reporting minor collisions or comprehensive claims not involving criminal activity. The CRC helps to keep officers free for priority calls, but also helps to save you the time spent waiting for an officer to be available. 

Collision Reporting Centre (CRC) is located in the main lobby of Kingston Police Headquarters at  705 Division Street


  • Monday to Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Closed: Weekends and Statutory Holidays

You can visit Accident Support Services for more information about collision reporting centers or if you have any questions.

What to do after a collision

You should take the following steps before attending the Collision Reporting Centre:

  • if it is safe to do so, remove vehicle(s) from the roadway
  • exchange information with the other involved parties, including independent witnesses
  • obtain names, addresses, phone numbers, and insurance and vehicle particulars, including licence plate number
  • if you are able to drive your vehicle, bring it to the Collision Reporting Centre within 24 hours during business hours
  • bring documentation with you including: Driver's licence, ownership, and insurance card
  • the driver who was involved in the collision must attend with the vehicle


Collisions that may be reported to CRC include:

  1. property damage to vehicles in any amount, provided that the vehicle is mechanically and structurally safe to attend under its own power and no safety equipment has been rendered inoperative as a result of the collision
  2. there are no injuries or minor injuries for which no one is required to be taken to a hospital for medical attention
  3. there are no major or life-threatening injuries or fatalities;
  4. no criminal activity is suspected (e.g., impaired driver, stolen vehicle, dangerous driving)
  5. they do not involve a pedestrian
  6. they do not involve a bicycle, limited-speed vehicle, motorized snow vehicle, or off-road vehicle
  7. they do not involve a school bus
  8. they do not involve a vehicle carrying dangerous goods
  9. they do not involve a federal, provincial, or municipal vehicle
  10. the vehicles involved are not blocking traffi;
  11. the involved persons live less than 75 kilometers from Kingston
  12. the involved parties are agreeable to attending the CRC in a timely manner
  13. there is no damage to private, municipal, or highway property
  14. and for “Fail to Remain” incidents that have been discovered after the fact

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