RHODE ISLAND — The Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission (RIPAC) is a department-initiated process by which police departments in Rhode Island voluntarily strive to meet and maintain a series of professional standards.
PROVIDENCE — The 48 police chiefs that comprise the municipal, campus, state and environmental police departments of Rhode Island, collectively represented by the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association, is today announcing the signing of the Twenty for 2020 Campaign, an effort to ensure the public’s faith in its police departments by redoubling a statewide focus on training, transparency, communication and human rights.
Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association to Announce New Initiative Addressing Statewide Policing Standards and Practices
CRANSTON — The leaders of each of Rhode Island’s municipal and campus police departments, as well as the Rhode Island State Police, will come together this week to launch a campaign that will make a series of promises and policy amendments aimed at increasing the public’s faith in its police departments. The campaign will redouble a statewide focus on training, transparency, communication and human rights.
RAYNHAM– Chief James Donovan reports that the Raynham Police Department has secured an arrest warrant for a man who stole a vehicle, fled town and then engaged in a pursuit with Rhode Island Police following a home invasion and armed robbery.
Chelmsford Police Arrest Rhode Island Man Wanted in Vermont after Pursuit from New Hampshire into Massachusetts
Chelmsford Police Department Chief James M. Spinney 2 Olde North Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 For Immediate Release Sunday, June 11, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Chelmsford Police Arrest Rhode Island Man Wanted in Vermont after Pursuit from New Hampshire into Massachusetts CHELMSFORD — Police Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department arrested a […]
North Providence Mayor, Police, and School Officials Host Active Shooter Detection and Police Response Demonstration Showcasing Shooter Detection Systems
Police today hosted an Active Shooter Demo and Police Response Event at the North Providence High School, showcasing its Guardian Shooter Detection System.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* North Providence, R.I. To Become First City in the Nation to Protect All Municipal Buildings against Active Shooter Threats
Media Invited to April 18 Event at North Providence High School with Mayor, Police, School Officials, and Shooter Detection Systems.
Ashby Police arrested a Rhode Island man after a brief motor vehicle pursuit and seized 202 grams of cocaine from a rental car Saturday afternoon.
NBC 10 is reporting at this hour that Tyler Seddon, the boy battling leukemia, who loves police officers and firefighters, is now cancer free! Tyler’s mom, Rachel posted the happy news to Facebook this morning, according to NBC 10. In March, hundreds of first responders from all over the region descended on Burrillville, R.I. to […]
Rhode Island State Police are about to announce “full deployment” of Narcan to State Troopers, as a first line response to the heroin epidemic. Heroin is a major problem right now, and a major source of overdose deaths comes from dealers mixing heroin with a synthetic opioid called Fentanyl. Fentanyl is much stronger than “plain” […]