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Video: Man Accused of Killing NC Officer in Custody in Rhode Island

September 14, 2016
SWAT team members took the man accused of killing a Shelby, NC, police officer into custody early Wednesday morning in Rhode Island.

Man Accused of Killing NC Officer in Custody in Rhode Island

September 14, 2016
SWAT team members took the man accused of killing a Shelby, NC, police officer into custody early Wednesday morning in Rhode Island, Rhode Island State Police confirmed. More Here.

Video: Dozens of Officers Honored in Rhode Island Ceremony

August 4, 2014
Rhode Island State Police recognized 35 troopers, 8 federal agents, 11 municipal police officers and one civilian for life saving efforts, stopping crimes, and critical responses during a Friday afternoon ceremony in Providence.

Dozens of Officers Honored in Rhode Island Ceremony

August 4, 2014
Rhode Island State Police recognized 35 troopers, 8 federal agents, 11 municipal police officers and one civilian for life saving efforts, stopping crimes, and critical responses during a Friday afternoon ceremony in Providence. Read More Here.      

R.I. K-9 Sniffs Out Child Porn Storage Devices

July 8, 2014
The recent arrival of golden Labrador Thoreau makes Rhode Island the second state in the nation to have a police dog trained to sniff out hard drives, thumb drives, and other technological gadgets that could contain child pornography.

R.I. Police Begin Spending 'Google Money'

September 10, 2013
Five Rhode Island law enforcement agencies say they're still working out how to spend well over $100 million that's left from a $230 million settlement.

R.I. Campus Closed After Gunman Reported, Toy Gun Found

April 4, 2013
The University of Rhode Island's Kingston campus was locked down at noon today in response to reports that a gunman was inside the university's Chafee Hall.

Suspect Turned TASER On R.I. Trooper

August 10, 2012
A Rhode Island trooper arrested a subject who used the officer's TASER on her during a physical confrontation after a foot pursuit on Thursday.

Google Pays $230M To R.I. Agencies

April 3, 2012
Rhode Island law enforcement agencies plan to set up a statewide police training center, build a new headquarters, and replace aging vehicle fleets with a $230 million asset forfeiture windfall from Google.

R.I. Troopers Find Driver Who Fled Scene With Victim Lodged In Windshield

October 27, 2009
Rhode Island state troopers found a Providence man hiding in his closet, after he had fled the scene of a traffic accident where he had allegedly struck three pedestrians, including one that was lodged in his windshield, the agency announced.
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