|Rhode Island:Last Updated Tue Nov 28 19:13:58 2017|
||* Lincoln Police Department|
The Lincoln Police Department is committed to protecting the safety and quality of life for residents throughout the Town. It is the desire of the Town of Lincoln to promote safe movement of traffic within neighborhoods. Through enforcement, education and engineering, safer streets are achievable.
Added [ Rhode Island ] 2010/05/29 21:42:30
||* Providence Police Department|
On behalf of the men and women of the Providence Police Department, I would like to personally welcome you to the state's largest police department. The motto of the members Providence Police Department is "Semper Vigilans" or in everyday language, "Always Vigilant". Our web site is just one way of showing you the sense of pride, professionalism, and dedication that the members of this department strive to achieve every day.
Added [ Rhode Island ] 2010/05/30 00:26:10
||* Smithfield Police Department|
The mission of the Smithfield Police Department is to establish and maintain a proactive partnership with residents and business owners to work together in solving problems facing our community. The success of this mission depends upon a continuous effort to increase awareness and develop higher levels of trust and understanding among police officers and their community.
Added [ Rhode Island ] 2008/02/15 01:37:05
||* Foster Police Department|
The mission of the Foster Police Department is to establish and maintain a proactive partnership with residents and business owners to work together in solving problems facing our community. The Police Department is stationed in the historic Aylsworth House c.1874, located in Foster Center. The Town is also famous for the Swamp Meadow Covered Bridge, which is depicted on our police shoulder patch.
Added [ Rhode Island ] 2008/02/10 22:34:13
||* Narragansett Police Department|
Narragansett was incorporated as a town in 1901. Prior to that time, it was part of South Kingstown, with local history dating back to 1675 when Roland Robinson settled in South County and purchased land from the Narragansett Indians in Pettaquamscutt and Pt. Judith.
Added [ Rhode Island ] 2008/02/10 22:47:31
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