The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association joined law enforcement partners from across New England and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Tuesday as they launched Slow Down New England — a months-long campaign to save lives by getting drivers to slow down.
The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association, representing the police chiefs of Rhode Island, is joining the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in reminding drivers to follow speed limits.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha and Colonel Darnell S. Weaver, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of Public Safety, today announced the start of the formal notice and comment period for the draft regulation to establish a statewide policy for the use and operation of police body-worn cameras
West Warwick, RI – U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse today joined representatives of Thundermist Health Center and local law enforcement officials to announce $1.2 million in federal funding to support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police departments across Rhode Island. Today’s event took place at the West Warwick Youth Center, which is run by the West Warwick Police Department.
With summer in full swing and the Fourth of July holiday this weekend, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association wishes to remind residents of important safety tips for motor vehicle and motorcycle operators.
LINCOLN — Members of the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association were joined by school safety stakeholders statewide this morning to introduce the association’s new Basic School Safety Protocols document.
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association, representing all of the police chiefs in Rhode Island, shares its full support of the three gun reform bills that will be voted on in the Rhode Island House on Friday.
PROVIDENCE — As commercial marijuana legislation continues through the state legislature, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association (RIPCA) would like to draw attention to several public health and safety holes in the legislation that, as drafted could result in immediate detrimental effects for Rhode Islanders if they are not responsibly and adequately addressed.