Kingston Police

News in Brief: Oct. 28

With the rise of antisemitism on campus and in the Kingston community, it’s important for Jewish students to be aware of resources existing for support.

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Kingston emergency services and medical centres “disappointed” with Queen’s FOCO

Last weekend, students on campus gathered for “FOCO”, an unsanctioned gathering before the Queen’s

sanctioned homecoming weekend on Oct. 29.

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University street party task force takes shape

Students have received fines between $500 and $25,000 at unsanctioned gatherings in past years—specifically during Homecoming and St. Patrick’s Day.Continue...

Individual allegedly trespasses on Aberdeen Street

The Kingston Police need the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in the University District.Continue...

Fentanyl product seized in Kingston

Fentanyl is making its way to the streets of Kingston, and the local police want the public to be informed.Continue...

Kingston Police searching for ‘a few good people’

Kingston Police are hosting a recruiting event for The Kingston Police Community Volunteers (KPCV) at their headquarters on Sept. 17.Continue...

Kingston police investigate University District sexual assault

Kingston Police are actively investigating a sexual assault that took place in the University District on July 1.Continue...

Police presence persisted on St. Paddy’s weekend

On Mar. 17 and 19, thousands flooded the streets of the student district for St. Patrick’s Day gatherings. Kingston Police monitored the crowds despite outcry from Queen’s students. Last semester’s Homecoming celebrations saw multiple alleged incidents of police misconduct.Continue...

City and AMS prepare for St. Patrick’s Day

With St. Patrick’s day coming up, the AMS, City of Kingston, and Bylaw Enforcement are working towards student protection, enforcing COVID-19 guidelines, and preventing negative media attention.Continue...

AKA hosts discussion on policing in Kingston

Seeing rising interest in increased policing in Kingston throughout COVID-19, AKA Autonomous Social Group (AKA) hosted a Zoom event to discuss the impact of policing on racialized students and Kingston residents on Jan. 18.Continue...

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