North Providence Police Department

1967 Mineral Spring Ave., North Providence RI 02911

Information

Accident Reports

Accident reports are available, usually within 48 hours of the incident, at the Crash Reports website or at police headquarters (M - F 8:30 am - 3:30 pm). The web site fee is $10 per report. The cost if you come to headquarters is $.15 per page.

Record Requests

The procedure to obtain official copies of police reports is available on a separate page, available here.

For Those Victimized by a Criminal Alien

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has an assistance program for crime victims who were victimized by criminal aliens. Victims and witnesses must register at the ICE web page and will then receive information about the defendant in their cases. If you have been victimized by a criminal alien please register at www.ice.gov.

Citizen Commendation and Complaint Procedure

If you would like to commend an officer's actions, or complain about them, please click here.

Employment Opportunities

The department is not recruiting. Any notification about hiring will be posted on this web site and advertised in local papers.

VIN Checks

Are not being conducted at this time. When they become available the notice will be posted here. (6/2013)

Background Checks/Fingerprinting

Fingerprint and background check information is available here.

Burglar Alarms

False burglar alarms are very costly to the Police Department and to you as a taxpayer. Statistics have shown the cost of sending a police officer to an alarm ranges from $28.00 to $51.00.

If an officer is sent to your premises for a burglar alarm, and upon checking the perimeter it is determined that your alarm system generated a false alarm, the officer will leave a yellow “False Alarm Notification” on the handle of your entrance door.

This “False Alarm Notification” contains information about when the alarm was activated, and may contain comments for improving security at your premises.

If you have any questions or would like further information about burglar alarms, please contact the North Providence Police Department at 233-1433 between the hours of 8:00AM and 3:30PM, Monday through Friday.

Helpful Hints to Reduce False Alarms

• Install a system that is repairable or select an alarm company that provides quick service.
• Train all operators of the system to ensure that they are thoroughly familiar with it and that they are capable of using it.
• Have a user’s manual readily available to authorized persons.
• Check the system regularly to determine if there is damage to it or if it needs to be repaired, i.e.: (battery, motion detector, magnetic switches, etc.)
• Select designated responsible persons who reside or work nearby to reset the system.
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