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Glocester Police Department. The Police Department is responsible for the preservation of the public peace, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, protection of the rights of persons and property, and the enforcement of the statutes of the State and the Ordinances of the Town. The Police Department also assists other Town Departments and Officials in the performance of their duties where required. Anyone interested in employment within the Town of Glocester Police Department should visit the Personnel Department in the Town Hall for an application and list of qualifications. Community Outreach G.
This accreditation, awarded every three years, is in effect through September of Rhode Island in-state accreditation was developed in as a way of providing the tools necessary for police agencies to evaluate and improve their overall performance. This accreditation was a self-initiated process by the Glocester Police Department to voluntarily increase professionalism and strive to meet and adopt the best practices established by the police profession nationally. It was the culmination of three years of dedicated work by Chief of Police, Joseph S. On September 12, the formal assessment team reviewed policies and procedures at the Glocester Police Department and voted unanimously to award the Glocester Police Department with reaccreditation.
Kimberly Bertholic, Accreditation Manager, was responsible for overseeing the re-accreditation process.
You truly are a team of professionals providing excellent services to your community! The Glocester Police Department is dedicated to upholding high ethical standards and a high degree of honesty in accomplishing our law enforcement mission.
Any person wishing to file a complaint or compliment may do so with any sworn officer or civilian dispatcher at the Department. Use the links below for more information. She may be reached at Visit the EMA for up-to-date notices and alerts, contact information, and helpful resources. Power outages occur for a variety of reasons. In most cases outages are the result of lightning striking electrical equipment. Other causes are tree limbs falling on electric wires and equipment malfunction. Because of severe weather and heavy woods in Glocester, power outages are not uncommon in our town.
Following are power outage guidelines recommended by Narragansett Electric:. Check your local radio or television stations for this information, or vist the websites below:. Working parents should note that you can arrange for Cancellations. Contact Capt. Confidential hour crisis intervention, information, and referrals. If you hear or see someone being hurt, call immediately. If you or someone you know needs support, call There is no fee for any LEA service! For Immediate Assistance:. Other Important Phone s:. This town-wide program encourages Glocester residents to report suspicious activity to the police.
Call for more information or to submit a report. Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. That's dangerous and often tragic. That's why it was great to see thousands of folks from across the country clean out their medicine cabinets and turn in - safely and anonymously - a record amount of prescription drugs. This drop box is available at the station 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Patrolman Sousa can be reached at or at during school hours. STOP THE BLEED Stop The Bleed which is a national awareness campaign and call to action intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. The training has been provided by members of the Chepachet Fire Department.
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If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a crime, you are not alone. The Victims of Crime Helpline is available anywhere, anytime. Toll free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to anyone in the State of Rhode Island. The Victims of Crime Helpline :. In the State of Rhode Island, victims of crime have specific rights established by the state legislature. RI General Laws, states that "in recognition of the responsibility of the community to victims of crime, the general assembly declared its intent to ensure:.
Helpline services include crisis intervention, emotional support, safety planning and advocacy. Trained Helpline advocates assist callers in identifying and accessing appropriate state and local resources and services. The Victims of Crime Helpline is available to victims, their friends and families, as well as to professionals and other people concerned about the impact of crime on individuals and the community.
Occasionally the ased officer is called away for other duties, so it is best to phone ahead to verify that an officer is available. Should you wish to schedule a VIN check for another day or time, the Glocester Police Department will make every effort to accommodate your schedule. VIN Checks are conducted on vehicles and newer with an out of state title.
Please remain in your vehicle with the necessary paperwork and contact the station atspeak to the dispatcher advising you are requesting a VIN Check, and an officer will be called to meet with you at your vehicle. Necessary paperwork includes:. Are you thinking about recovery from Drug and Alcohol use? P can help. The HOPE Heroin — Opioid Prevention Effort Initiative is the first statewide program that engages law enforcement personnel in a proactive outreach strategy to combat the opioid overdose epidemic.
The HOPE Initiative partners substance use professionals and members of law enforcement with the mission of reaching out to those who are at risk of overdosing to encourage them to be assessed and treated. Through the HOPE Initiative, law enforcement can do what they do best: lend a hand to a person in need. The Glocester Police Department is proud to be a partner in this program. The Glocester Police Department proudly supports the students in this endeavor by making pledges.
Wreaths Across America is committed to teaching younger generations about the value of their freedoms and the importance of honoring those who sacrificed so much to protect those freedoms. The Glocester Police Department supports the mission of the Wreaths Program and is honored to be able to assist the school with this worthwhile endeavor. The curriculum and physical standards are listed on the site, as well as job postings. Scanner Frequencies. Probate Public Works Recreation School. Glocester Police Department Joseph DelPrete, Chief of Police Chopmist Hill Road Route Chepachet, RI Phone: Fax: All Emergencies: The Police Department is responsible for the preservation of the public peace, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, protection of the rights of persons and property, and the enforcement of the statutes of the State and the Ordinances of the Town.
Following are power outage guidelines recommended by Narragansett Electric: Check your neighborhood. If you're the only one without power, see whether your main fuse is blown or your main circuit breaker is tripped. If you don't find a problem here, look outside to the service wire connected to your house. It it is down, don't go near it since it may be charged with electricity.
Instead, call National Grid immediately. Notify your local National Grid that your power is out. If you can't get through, chances are many other people have lost power and the switchboard is busy. Dial again until you get an answer. Turn off or disconnect all major appliances such as washers and water heaters. Leaving these appliances on could create a sudden surge of demand when the power returns and this could delay restoration efforts. Leave on just a few lights so you'll know when power has been restored. Stay tuned to a portable radio to get information on progress in restoring your power.
Keep shades down, curtains closed, and doors shut to keep the heat inside your home. Use caution and make sure you have plenty of ventilation if you're cooking with alternate fuel. A camping stove, a fireplace, or sterno can can also be used. Do not use charcoal indoors. Fill the bathtub with water to use for cooking and washing.
Let faucets drip slowly but continuously to keep pipes from freezing. Suggested supplies to keep on hand include flashlight and batteries, portable radio, paper plates and napkins, plastic utensils, matches, manual can opener, blankets, sterno, and candles. To avoid the inconvenience of long-term outage, you might want to consider purchasing a generator. Check your local radio or television stations for this information, or vist the websites below: Channel 6 Channel 10 Channel 12 For early dismissals ONLYgo to Cancellations.
The Victims of Crime Helpline : Reaches out to all victims of crime who may need information, support or services relating to their victimization. Informs and educates individuals and agencies about services available to victims of crime in Rhode Island. Enhances services to victims and survivors statewide through collaborative strategies. RI General Laws, states that "in recognition of the responsibility of the community to victims of crime, the general assembly declared its intent to ensure: 1 That all crime victims are treated with dignity, respect, and sensitivity at all phases of the criminal justice process.
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