March 30, 2017
Police & Fire
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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
East Providence resident Lt. Roberto "Bob" DaSilva of the Pawtucket Police Department was promoted to Captain by the City of Pawtucket. DaSilva is a former State Representative from East Providence … more
Representative … more
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
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
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
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