PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association would like to share with residents important information relating to Distracted Driving Awareness Month, which runs throughout the month of April.
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association was joined by statewide law enforcement representatives and elected officials this week in calling for the passage of Congressman David N. Cicilline’s bipartisan Active Shooter Alert Act, officially known as H.R.6538.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 23, 2021 CONTACT: Kristy dosReis Office of the Attorney General(401) 274-4400 email@example.com Major Laurie Ludovici Department of Public Safety(401) firstname.lastname@example.org Sid WordellExecutive Director, RIPCA(401) email@example.com Statewide body-worn camera program awarded $1.5 million federal grant U. S.Read More
PROVIDENCE — As part of National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association wishes to remind residents of the dangers of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. December is recognized as National Impaired DrivingRead More
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association wishes to share with the public details about Crash Responder Safety Week, which is taking place this week. Crash Responder Safety Week (CRSW) will take place Nov. 8-14. The initiative, previously referred toRead More
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association is pleased to announce that Executive Director Sid Wordell was honored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving-Rhode Island today. As part of MADD-RI’s annual awards breakfast, Director Wordell was honored with a ExcellenceRead More