Police Week May 10-16 – “Chief for a Day” Colouring Contest Deadline Tuesday, May 12
May 10th through to the 16th is Police Week in Ontario. It is about celebrating professional, accountable, and effective policing across our Province. We are proud of our police personnel and the work they do to keep Ontarians safe. Police Week provides opportunities for police and the community to join together to celebrate policing and to talk about the public safety issues that affect the health and safety of all our communities.
This year, we are inviting Ontarians to get to know their police services and our officers better. We are urging everyone to “discover policing”
Woman Unable to Pay for Taxi Fare Charged with Transportation Fraud
A 22-year-old Kingston woman was charged with Transportation Fraud and Breach of Probation when couldn’t pay for a $23 cab fare.
On Sunday, April 26th at approximately 6:30 a.m. the female was picked-up on Conacher Drive and driven by an Amey’s taxi to a Bagot Street address, where she stated a friend would pay for the fare. However, once they arrived no one else was at the residence, the woman had no alternative means of paying and attempts to contact associates were unsuccessful.
Kingston Police were called and once on scene discovered she was also in breach of her