KFL&A Community Risk Watch Launches to Help Those at Risk in the Community
Community organizations and police from across Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington are launching a new "Community Risk Watch" initiative on Tuesday, February 9, 2016.
Community Risk Watch is a collaborative, integrated multi-agency team striving to build safer and healthier communities through rapid mobilization of resources and service connections to meet the immediate needs of individuals and families experiencing acutely elevated levels of risk.
Community Risk Watch is modeled after the evidence-based "situation tables" which have proven to be highly successful in other parts of
Kingston Police Assisting Coroner’s Office with Sudden Death Investigation of an Infant
Kingston Police has responded to a call at a Compton Street residence in relation to the death of an infant child, and is currently assisting the East Region Coroner’s Office with their investigation.
At approximately 10:45 a.m. on February 9th Kingston Police were dispatched to the Compton Street home where a 10-week-old female child was discovered without vital signs. Frontenac Paramedic Services also attended.
The Coroner’s Office was notified and later attended the scene. Kingston Police detectives and forensic identification officers are currently acting as agents for