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The Rhode Island VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and email notification when the offender's custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the Rhode Island VINE system is 1-877-744-8463 or 1-877-RI-4-VINE. This service is provided to assist victims of crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status.
Remembering Special Deputy Marshal Frank McKnight, click here
Lieutenant Raymond W. Bennett Dedication click here
Accident Reports are available in 3 business days
ACCIDENT REPORTS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE
New Level 3 Sex Offender click here
Joanne Reynolds cold case press release click here
John Phillips cold case press release click here
Meet Laudine Koster, Law Enforcement Advocate for South County, providing assistance, safety planning, support, information and referrals to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Towns of North Kingstown, Narragansett and South Kingstown, click here .
The North Kingstown Police Department is a recipient of $17,770 in grant funds (subgrantee) for highway safety programs – FY13.
To give information about an underage drinking party call
294-3316 extension 8411.
To email information about an underage drinking party send to email@example.com. You can now authorize the police to check your home when you are away if they suspect that underage drinking is taking place. Learn more.. Download our recent presentation on Internet safety FRAUD - What to do if you are a victim? What should I do if stopped by a police officer
Officer Greenhalgh, Officer Ho, Officer Miga, and Officer Bernardo assisted at the North Kingstown Food Pantry November 24, 2015
Mr. David Caldwell (center) presents Officer Timothy Daly (right) with The North Kingstown Rotary Community Service Award for 2014
PRESS RELEASE CLICK HERE
JULY 20, 2015
CHRISTOPER M. FORLASTO, CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF 1ST DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT AND AND A SECOND CHARGE OF ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT SPECIFIED FELONIES
The North Kingstown Police Department is proud to announce that three of its Officers were recognized today by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation Highway Safety for their outstanding work.
*Officer Christopher M. Mulligan - Speed Enforcement Violations
Pictured With RI DOT Chief, Office on Highway Safety Gabrielle M. Abbate is Officer Christopher Mulligan (left) and Officer Timothy Daly (right)
June 12, 2015
MARIO ATOYAN, CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF 1ST DEGREE AND ON COUNT OF 2ND DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT click here
Skelatal Remains found near RTE 138 March 19, 2015