AVON — Chief Jeffrey Bukunt and the Avon Police Department would like to provide the community with an update on ways the department has addressed speed/traffic concerns in town recently.
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association announces that departments across the state will be taking part in the National Click It or Ticket High Visibility Enforcement Campaign later this month
SOMERSET — Chief George M. McNeil is pleased to announce that the Somerset Police Department has launched a new Traffic Enforcement Unit (TEU) in town.
Fairfield Police Department to Increase Motor Vehicle Enforcement, Reminds Drivers to Obey Traffic Laws
FAIRFIELD — Chief Christopher Lyddy and the Fairfield Police Department would like to remind residents and commuters of the importance of obeying traffic laws as traffic levels begin to return to normal now that COVID-19 regulations and restrictions have begun to loosen.
Chief Michael Kent announces that the Burlington Police Department will be conducting additional OUI patrols over the coming weeks.
East Bridgewater Police and Department of Public Works Take Action to Address Safety at Intersection
Police Chief Scott Allen and Department of Public Works Director John Haines report that they are actively working to address the intersection of Plymouth and Washington streets, where two crashes have occurred in the past 24 hours.
BEDFORD, N.H. — Chief John Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department urge motorists to slow down and obey speed limits and traffic regulations in the town of Bedford in the wake of several recent motor vehicle crashes that have resulted in multiple losses of life in the past month.
BEDFORD — Chief Robert Bongiorno announces that the Bedford Police Department will be improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety in town through a grant administered by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Highway Safety Division.
BEDFORD — Chief Robert Bongiorno announces that the Bedford Police Department’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign resulted in multiple motor vehicle stops and citations this holiday season.
Arlington Police Receive Traffic Enforcement Grant, Funding Used For “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign
ARLINGTON—Chief Frederick Ryan and the Arlington Police Department announce that they will be increasing police patrols around town during the holiday season to prevent drunk driving fatalities. This effort is part of the National “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.