Kingston Police

Emergency: 911       Non-Emergency: 613-549-4660       Hearing Impaired: 613-549-8792       Online Report: Click here      




As an organization, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) commits to working continually to earn the confidence of the citizens of and visitors to Ontario—a confidence that will not be taken for granted. The OPP fulfills this commitment by providing the best and most professional service, possible, and by striving to build a culture of trust, and open and honest dialogue, with the communities it serves and among the people it employs. The organization commits to creating and sustaining a positive working environment in which all employees have equal opportunity to fulfill their potential within the profession.

Each OPP employee and volunteer appreciates the vital role he/she plays in protecting the fundamental rights of all people in Ontario. As such, each commits to always put the interests of the public and the OPP's Vision and Mission before any personal and private interests, and to demonstrate pride in his/her profession and the OPP through personal conduct that reflects a belief in OPP values and ethics.

If you require immediate assistance please call 911 or 1-888-310-1122.

To contact OPP by e-mail please click here.

Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)

911 or 1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)

Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)

1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)


General Enquiry (Do not use for calls for service)

General Headquarters
Lincoln M. Alexander Building
777 Memorial Avenue
Orillia, ON L3V 7V3

(705) 329-6111 (Mon-Fri 8am-4pm EST only)

We are a scent sensitive workplace, so if visiting General Headquarters for a tour or business, please refrain from using scented products.

If you are unable to find the information that you require on this site, please e-mail us, using the following form, or call the General Enquiry number.

It is the policy of the Ontario Provincial Police not to communicate sensitive information over internet email. Until a tried and proven secure method has been established we ask that all sensitive communications be directed by telephone, fax or in person. You may e-mail the O.P.P. any non-secure questions, comments or suggestions.