Kingston Police and City Bylaw report on charges over the weekend in the University District

The City of Kingston and Kingston Police are providing information on the University District Safety Initiative (UDSI) between Friday evening and Sunday morning.

Bylaw Enforcement reports the following fines and charges:

From Aug. 30 to Sept. 4, Kingston Bylaw Enforcement issued a total of 30 Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMPs). The breakdown is as follows:

  • Amplified Noise = 18
  • Yelling, Shouting, Hooting = 8
  • Nuisance Party = 4

Kingston Police reports the following fines and charges:

  • 44 fines for open liquor under the Liquor License and Control Act
  • Two public intoxication charges

University District Safety Initiative remains in effect until Sept. 10

In effect until Sept. 10 at 12 p.m., the UDSI supports community safety and mitigates risk associated with large gatherings. The City can also issue Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMPs) for Nuisance Party and Noise Bylaws infractions.

Community members are encouraged to learn more about the municipal measures in place to discourage unsanctioned large gatherings and high-risk or disruptive behaviours by reading the Good Neighbour Guide: a Guide to the City of Kingston Bylaws. Staff from both Bylaw Enforcement and Kingston Police will be in the community in the coming days sharing information about UDSI and answering resident questions.