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Community Programs

Youth Programs

The Youth Programs Officer (YPO) is responsible for planning and coordinating community youth programs (12-24 years) as well as acting as the Youth Criminal Justice Act coordinator.

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School Programs

Our SRO’s also work with partner agencies (KFL&A Public Health and Kingston Partners for a Safe Community) to deliver a variety of programs to help build relationships students and educate, such as:

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Coffee with a Cop

Coffee with a Cop event is an easy way to get to know the men and women who serve your community and let them know about the issues that matter most to you.

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Safeguard Program

The Safeguard Program is a crime prevention program that will address break and enters within the community. This program will operate under two principles. The first is to reconnect with the victims of these crimes.  Re-establishing lines of communication with the victims will demonstrate to the victims and the community the Kingston Police commitment to solving crimes and creating a safer community.

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Neighborhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch does not want you to spy on your neighbour. We want you to be concerned for the safety of your neighbourhood. Members are aware of their surroundings and they respond to suspicious activity by reporting it to the police.

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Bike Watch

Our Bike Watch program is designed to raise the level of community awareness and participation in fighting bicycle theft through information and registration of bicycles online with the Kingston Police.

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Seniors Watch

Seniors Watch is a cooperative program working with community partners to reduce both criminal victimization and unwarranted fear of crime affecting senior citizens by developingimproved ways to reduce crimes against senior citizens and enhance law enforcement services to them.

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CPTED

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design is a design based crime prevention approach. CPTED can be applied to businesses, such as shopping malls and industrial/commercial parks, residential areas, schools, institutions, parks and playgrounds.

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Traceā„¢ Program

Kingston Police is pleased to participate in the TRACE™ Program that is endorsed by the OACP (Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police). As of May 2015 members of the Kingston community at a local retailer or online can purchase a TRACE™ pen to mark their property. 

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Group Me

Group Me is a crime prevention group texting process administrated by Kingston Police Beat Officers working in conjunction with downtown businesses. The purposes of the program is to keep participants informed and communicating regarding suspicious or illegal activity which could impact their respective business. 

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