January 22, 2018
Police & Fire
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The East Providence Police Department welcomed four new officers in December. They graduated from the 22 week Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy on Friday, 121517. The officers were sworn … more
The East Providence Police Department welcomed four new officers in December. They graduated from the 22 week Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy on Friday, 12/15/17. The officers were … more
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The East Providence Citizen Police Academy Association (EPCPAA) and the East Providence Police Department invite the community to participate in the National Night Out on Tuesday August 1st, 2017 at … more
Council Receives Solicitor Dias Report: Faria Motion passes to send questions to Hearing Board: The East Providence City Council voted unanimously at its February 21, 2017 meeting to ask the city … more
The City of East Providence is once again seeking applicants to fill vacant positions within the fire department. The move is seen as one which will delay the eventual hiring and cost the city … more
City to Start Process Over. Waterbury: "No Comment". In a major surprise to many, newly reinstated city Human Resources Director, Kathleen Waterbury has sent all applicants for vacant fire … more
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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
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
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