Kingston Police have released a complete overview of the arrests and charges laid over Queen’s Homecoming Weekend 2019 on Friday, Oct. 11, Saturday, Oct. 14, 2019.
During this time, Kingston Police arrested a total of 22 people, issued 128 provincial charges, processed two criminal charges, and continue to investigate two other criminal offences — an incident where a Kingston Police officer was assaulted while trying to identify a male with open alcohol, and the destruction of a Red Bull van when revellers climbed and jumped on the unattended vehicle.
Kingston City Bylaw issued 21 summonses, which included 15 for hosting a nuisance party, and six for amplified sound at a prohibited time.
Below are those statistics, compared to those from previous years, as provided by Kingston Police.
*NOTE: The Nuisance Party Bylaw and the University District Safety Initiative began in 2018.
Provincial and bylaw
|Liquor Licence Act||185||118||307||74||115|
|Bylaw (noise, parking, littering)||15||13||9||9||9|
|Block or Obstruct Highway||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||1|
|Highway Traffic Act||3||4||14||2||4|
|Breach of peace||1||1||3||0||5|
|On-going criminal investigations||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||2|