PROVIDENCE — As students prepare to return to school, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association would like to offer students, parents and motorists several important safety tips.
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 Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association is pleased to announce the release of the organization’s new video regarding the recently launched Twenty for 2020 Campaign that was announced late last month.
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.
Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association Supports AG Neronha’s Proposals on New Civil Rights Legislation, Update of Use of Force Protocols
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association, representing all of the police chiefs in Rhode Island, announces its full support and endorsement of Attorney General Peter Neronha’s proposal to pass new legislation allowing the AG’s office to conduct civil rights pattern and practice investigations of all government and law enforcement agencies in Rhode Island and his efforts to revise and expand protocols in the review of use of deadly force and alleged excessive force by police officers in the state.