‘Intersections’ project supports youth as part of Crime Prevention Week

Kingston Police kicked off Crime Prevention Week on Sunday Nov. 1, 2020. The week-long promotion of crime prevention is supported by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), the Ministry of the Solicitor General, and police services across Ontario and runs until Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020. Since the onset

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Partnership aims to enhance support for at-risk youth

Since the onset of COVID-19, Kingston Police and Youth Diversion have been working together to address an obvious gap impacting youth in our community. Young people are falling through the cracks of many social service agencies due to the impact of COVID-19, leaving police as the last line of support,

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Youth Diversion receives $17k grant toward addiction workshops for elementary students

While the Bell Let’s Talk campaign undoubtedly raises mental health awareness across the country, here in Kingston, it’s also helping to raise awareness about addiction, thanks to a recently announced grant. Every year, Bell donates funds to Canadian mental health programs based on the results of Bell Let’s Talk Day.

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