Congratulations to the Central Falls Police Department on the success of The Leading Ladies Initiative, a program that was featured in the March issue of Police Chief Magazine. 

Today, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association reminded Rhode Island drivers to make a plan to get home safely if they are planning to be out celebrating St. Patrick's Day. Extra patrols will be on the roads, and social media from departments across the state will reinforce key safety messages.

RIPCA fans don't let fans drive drunk

The Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association today reminded drivers to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday responsibly.

The Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association (RIPCA) inaugurated its 2024 Executive Board during their annual installation ceremony held on Friday, January 12, in Warwick.

At a news conference in Providence today, public safety leaders from around Rhode Island joined city and town leaders to deliver a strong message about impaired driving.

The Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association presented their annual awards at a recent celebration, recognizing individuals working in law enforcement who have demonstrated excellence across a range of award categories.

Rhode Island’s Traffic Safety leaders today held a news conference ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday to deliver a clear message to Rhode Island motorists: “buckle up.”

In recognition of National Child Passenger Safety Week, representatives from the Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association and Lifespan’s Injury Prevention Center today held a news conference and child car seat demonstration at the Warwick Police Department to highlight the importance of car seat safety.

The Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association (RIPCA) today announced that between August 16th and September 4th, police departments across Rhode Island, are increasing patrols aimed at identifying and arresting impaired drivers.

The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association (RIPCA) reports that law enforcement agencies across the state are participating in two enforcement campaigns this July to help prevent crash-related fatalities and injuries typically seen around July 4 and throughout the summer.