PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association will be hosting a press conference tomorrow to unveil nine new patrol vehicles specifically designed to assist in drunk and impaired driving enforcement throughout the state. The vehicles were funded through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration via the Rhode Island Department of Transportation’s Office on Highway Safety (OHS).
*Media Advisory – RSVP Required* Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association to Sponsor ‘Blessing of the Road’ Event to Promote Highway and Traffic Safety
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association reports that RIPCA officials will be joined by statewide highway stakeholders for a special event tomorrow that will include a ‘Blessing of the Road’ by RIPCA’s official chaplain.
Towns of Cohasset, Hingham, Hull and Scituate Come Together to Voice Strong Opposition to MBTA’s Proposed Transit Cuts
HINGHAM — Leaders from the Towns of Cohasset, Hingham, Hull and Scituate were joined by local elected officials today in voicing strong opposition to the cuts to transit services proposed by the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority as part of the MBTA’s Forging Ahead Plan.
Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association Addresses Significant Rise in Fatality Rates on Roads Throughout the State This Year
PROVIDENCE — Members of the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association were joined by members of the Rhode Island State Police (RISP), Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) and AAA Northeast last week to discuss the significant rise in fatality rates on roadways throughout the state in 2020.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Fairfield Police Department, Municipal and State Elected Officials to Gather in Support of Distracted Driving Initiative
FAIRFIELD — Chief Christopher Lyddy and the Fairfield Police Department will be joined by municipal and state elected officials in support of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
METHUEN — The City of Methuen is uniting to aid at least 25 of its residents whose homes were destroyed on Thursday when a massive 3-alarm fire gutted a 24-unit apartment building.
CONCORD — Police Chief Joseph O’Connor, Fire Chief Mark R. Cotreau and Town Manager Christopher Whelan will provide an update to the public and media on early morning storm damage today.
**Media Advisory** Congressman Seth Moulton and Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello to Hold Press Conference in D.C. on the Fight Against Opiate Use, Wednesday
Gloucester Police Department Leonard Campanello, Chief of Police 197 Main St. Gloucester , MA 01930 For Immediate Release Wednsday, May 13, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil (Gloucester Police) Phone: 978-865-4110 Contact: Carrie Rankin (Moulton) Phone: 617.485.4544 Email: [email protected] **Media Advisory** Congressman Seth Moulton and Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello to Hold Press Conference in D.C. on the Fight Against […]