June 26, 2017
Police & Fire
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The City of East Providence recruitment process for new firefighters is open through August 31, 2016. Starting Annual Salary is $50,247.51 (as of November 1, 2015). Return all completed paperwork to … more
On June 21st at approx. 11:55pm I collapsed at home unable to move my left side. I dialed 911 but was unable to speak. I had to communicate by answering her with numbers, waiting for a signal from my … more
The East Providence Police received the results of a police community relations evaluation, recently completed by Salve Regina University. Police Chief Christopher Parella released the survey results … more
By Bob Rodericks "He wasn't interested in big promotions, he was an old-fashioned customer service cop and we're all sad to see him go." Those are the words of East Providence Chief of Police, … more
Seekonk Police Chief Craig A. Mace visited Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School on Thursday, January 22, to pick up an oak podium built by students in the Carpentry Program. Jake … more
Chris Parella was born and raised in Bristol, Rhode Island but is a true "Townie" now. The 52 year old Parella was hired as East Providence's new police chief last August. Parella … more
By Bob Rodericks East Providence Police Chief Chris Parella will be featured on Channel 10 news tonight. The East Providence police department is one of the only local departments - if not the … more
Police Cars get a Raise - Not Officers… A police request to increase their hourly rate for working on roadside and event details was denied by the state budget commission overseeing East … more
From the East Providence Police for general information. No immediate threat exists... The East Providence Police Department is releasing the following information pursuant to RI General Laws … more
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