A community service, conducted by Officer Gene Cabral of dedicated to providing children with necessary skills to avoid potential abductions.
For many years, the North Smithfield Police Department has provided the community with a successful D.A.R.E. program for all 5th graders in the Town.
- Juvenile Hearing Board:
Headed by Det. Sharon Pagliarini, the Juvenile Hearing Board is a way to help youth in our town by allowing them to be reviewed by a community board that imposes.
- Senior Advocate:
Officer Ellen Lamoreaux is available to assist seniors with specific problems in their neighborhood. She can be reached at (401) 762-1212, ext. 223.
- Scam Alerts:
Done as a public service to keep the community aware of scams that are being perpetrated on those who may not have all the answers. We will post all pertinent information on our Posted on Neighborhood Watch for your protection.
- Youth Services:
Det. Sharon Pagliarini and Officer Gene Cabral have been serving the needs of our youth for over 20 years. They care about what happens in our neighborhoods.
- Neighborhood Watch:
If you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood, contact (401) 762-1212.
- BCI (Background Checks):
Det. Pagliarini - Fingerprints
Sgt. Bergeron - Non-fingerprints
Please call for an appointment at (401) 762-1212.
- Accident / Collision Report Requests:
Records Department - (401) 762-1212, ext. 200
- VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Checks
- K-9 Unit:
The K-9 Unit was started in 2006 with a grant from the Dog Bones company and the North Smithfield Prevention Task Force. Officer Jay Rainville is the Dept.'s K-9 Officer; Joey is the department police dog.