Kingston: Partners for a Safe Community

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Contact Information
Office Phone 613-546-9814 ext 224
Toll Free Phone 1-855-546-9814
After Hours Phone 613-329-4484
Fax 613-546-5513
Primary Contact Wiebke K. Wilkens, President; Phone: 613-546-9814 ext 221; Email:
Alternate Contact Holly Allan, Project Coordinator
Primary Executive Wiebke Wilkens, President
Alternate Executive Larry Johnston, Vice-President
Address & Map
2225 Middle Rd
Kingston, ON K7L 4V3
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Mailing Address 1465 Middle Rd 
Kingston, ON K7L 4V3
Physical Access Partially Accessible - programs ; Interviews can be arranged at accessible locations
Description & Services
Description (Service) Helps area individuals and groups behave more safely and reduce injury rates * health and safety training for small businesses * safe lifestyle choice programs for youth and the community * safety awareness messages and campaigns
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Meetings Monthly
Areas Served Frontenac County ; Kingston ; Lennox and Addington County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Application process on website
Languages English
Fees Service - for some services - courses, manual preparation etc. ; Method(s) of Payment Accepted - cash, cheque, credit card
Bus Route Notes Kingston Transit Trip Planner
Other Details
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Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1997
Funding Grants ; Fees
Elections January
Date Updated 22 Jan 2018
Service Categories General Safety Education

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