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    On Tuesday, August 4th, the North Kingstown Police Department invite all citizens of North Kingstown to participate along with communities nationwide for the "32nd Annual National Night Out" crime and drug prevention event.  National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) and co-sponsored locally by the North Kingstown Police department, will involve over 16,540 communities from all 50 states.  In all, over 38.1 million people are expected to participate in "America's Night Out Against Crime". 

    National Night Out is designed to: (1) Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; (2) Generate support for, and participate in, local anticrime efforts; (3) Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and (4) Send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

    From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on August 4th, residents in neighborhoods in North Kingstown and across the nation are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and police.  The North Kingstown Police will be present at the North Kingstown Town Beach during the Summer concert series featuring the music of Avenue N.  The police will present information on gun safety, car seat safety, and crime and drug prevention.  Fingerprinting of children will also be available.  Also present will be representatives from the American Red Cross for children's activities such as games and educational activities geared toward disaster preparedness and education.  The Red Cross will also have information about their various outreach community programs such as the Pillowcase Project, a home fire preparedness campaign, and senior bingo.

     

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    REFLECTIVE IDENTIFICATION DECAL for PADDLE CRAFT.

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    North Kingstown Police Department and Harbor Division is partnering with US Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary, RI DEM and US Power Squadron to promote greater safety awareness among all paddlers and small boat operators. Included in the package is a REFLECTIVE IDENTIFICATION DECAL for PADDLE CRAFT.

    With the increase in popularity of Kayaks and small paddle boats on all local waters. Public Safety Personnel have increasingly found unattended personal watercraft on the water – which presents Public Safety Officers with a number of questions –

    • Did the paddler capsize and now struggling somewhere in the water?
    • Is the kayak, boat etc…stolen?
    • Did the small craft breakaway from its storage location?

    Providing Public Safety Personnel working on our local waters with basic contact information will assist in saving valuable time; time that may be needed to assist another boater in distress.

    Additional information may be found at

    http://www.cgaux72.org

    Northeastern University / Institute on Race and Justice:  RESULTS OF RHODE ISLAND TRAFFIC STOP STATISTICS DATA COLLECTION STUDY

    • Final Summary (5 pages)CLICK HERE
    • Complete statistics (Statewide – all communities / 119 pages) CLICK HERE
    • 2013 document is an agency profile of just North Kingstown CLICK HERE

     

     

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    The Rhode Island VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e­mail notification when the offender's custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the Rhode Island VINE system is 1-877-744-8463 or 1-877-RI-4-VINE. This service is provided to assist victims of crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status.

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PRESS RELEASE CLICK HERE

JULY 20, 2015

CHRISTOPER M. FORLASTO, CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF 1ST DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT AND AND A SECOND CHARGE OF ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT SPECIFIED FELONIES

The North Kingstown Police Department is proud to announce that three of its Officers were recognized today by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation Highway Safety for their outstanding work.

*Officer Christopher M. Mulligan - Speed Enforcement Violations
*Officer Timothy A. Daly - Impaired Driving Enforcement (31 of 151 DUI arrests)
*Detective Donald Barrington - Individual Award Recipient for work in coordinating enforcement efforts for our agency, but also for his ...work for South County - South County Task Force

Pictured With RI DOT Chief, Office on Highway Safety Gabrielle M. Abbate is Officer Christopher Mulligan (left) and Officer Timothy Daly (right)

 

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Stolen Metals Arrest

June 12, 2015

 


A joint investigation between the North Kingstown Police Detective Division and AMTRAK Police Investigators resulted in the arrest of Louis M Pelcher (age 40) of 6101 Post Rd #64. Pelcher was charged by the North Kingstown Police Department with 6 counts of Larceny Over $1,500. North Kingstown Police Department Detective Donald Barrington developed information that Pelcher was involved in several thefts of catalytic converters from area businesses. AMTRAK Police Investigators joined the investigation when they identified Pelcher with stealing a large amount of metal from area railroad tracks. A court authorized search warrant was subsequently executed at Pelcher’s home where numerous stolen metals from AMTRAK were recovered.
The total value of the catalytic converters stolen from North Kingstown businesses is valued at $15,000. AMTRAK estimates the value of metal stolen by Pelcher is $35,000.
Pelcher was taken into custody as a result of an arrest warrant for the above thefts on June 11, 2015 and is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon at 3rd Division District Court.
North Kingstown Police Detectives and AMRAK Investigators are currently working with several police departments around the state to determine if Pelcher is responsible for similar crimes.
Detective Lt. Christopher Emerson

 

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MARIO ATOYAN, CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF 1ST DEGREE AND ON COUNT OF 2ND DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT click here

 

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Skelatal Remains found near RTE 138 March 19, 2015

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Webster Bank Robbery Dec. 1, 2014 click here

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Attempted Child Molestation Nov. 6, 2014 Click Here

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JOSEPH MIGNEAULT
193 Yorktown Rd, North Kingstown

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Male Subject Exposing Himself At Walmart Click Here

 State of RI Emergency Management Evacuation

Remembering Special Deputy Marshal Frank McKnight, click here

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Lieutenant Raymond W. Bennett Dedication click here

Accident Reports are available in 3 business days

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ACCIDENT REPORTS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE

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New Level 3 Sex Offender click here

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Joanne Reynolds cold case press release click here

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John Phillips cold case press release click here

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Meet Laudine Koster, Law Enforcement Advocate for South County, providing assistance, safety planning, support, information and referrals to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Towns of  North Kingstown, Narragansett and South Kingstown, click here .

The North Kingstown Police Department is a recipient of $17,770 in grant funds (subgrantee) for highway safety programs – FY13.

To give information about an underage drinking party call 294-3316 extension 8411.

To email information about an underage drinking party send to tips@northkingstown.org. You can now authorize the police to check your home when you are away if they suspect that underage drinking is taking place. Learn more.. Download our recent presentation on Internet safety 223 FRAUD - What to do if you are a victim? What should I do if stopped by a police officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

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