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The Warwick Police Department was established in Prior to that the villages of Warwick were policed by constables and sheriffs since The department currently has sworn police officers supported by 53 civilian employees that provide municipal policing services to a residential population of 81, Your input concerning the content and of this website is invaluable to us. Please give us your recommendations or critique here. The Warwick Police Department has adjusted the format of our recruitment process and will now be accepting applications for the position of Police Officer at all times.
You may submit your application anytime at www. Recruitment events will be held on a biannual schedule to coincide with the two Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy sessions. The agility tests and written exams will be conducted in January and July.
Specific dates for these events will be included in an automated you will receive following the submission of your application. Any questions can be directed to:. Officer Jeremy Smith: This address is being protected from spambots. Phone: Sergeant Geoffrey Waldman: geoffrey. Colonel Bradford Connor first ed the Warwick Police Department in where he proudly served the city for over 22 years. He spent many of his years in the Community Services Division first as a Community Police Officer where he worked alongside community groups, working to combat quality of life issues then ultimately moving through the ranks where he would serve as officer in charge of the Division.
Colonel Connor would serve as Commander of both the Operations and Administrative Bureaus prior to his promotion to the rank of Deputy Chief of Police before his retirement in April, There he was part of an Incident Command Team which aided the hospital in navigating through the covid pandemic. Colonel Connor is proud to serve alongside the men and women, both civilian and sworn who work tirelessly to provide the utmost in quality police services to the citizens of Warwick and who deserve credit and recognition for the great success of our agency. During the COVID pandemic, the Warwick Police Department and neighboring jurisdictions alike have observed an uptick in domestic violence and violent encounters reports.
Please follow the links for resources that remain open and accessible to anyone who needs them, offering clinical, support, and advocacy services. These resources can be reached by simply calling for help. WPD Patch Program. Next month, the Warwick Police Department will begin implementing an awareness patch program.
Throughout the year, officers will wear special patches on their uniforms representing various causes. These patches will be made available for purchase to the public, and all proceeds will be donated to a charity or organization directly associated with what each patch represents. At this time, the patches will be sold to the public strictly through an online forum and will then be shipped. The first patch being released is to support Autism Awareness Month in April.
Our goal for this patch is to help raise money to support programs that offer proper training and prevention strategies. Funds raised from the sales of the Autism Awareness patches will benefit the National Autism Association, a non-profit focused on addressing urgent issues in the autism community including safety. The National Autism Association provides first responder training, and offers several programs and resources to families to help prevent emergencies. Anyone wishing to support the cause can purchase a patch. A link to purchase the patches can be found on any of our social media sites as well as our department website www.
If you wish to simply make a donation, or have any questions regarding this program, please at This address is being protected from spambots. For directions to the Warwick Police Department, please select one of the following options:. GOV Site Map. Accreditation Recruitment Training. Welcome to the Warwick Police Department. Warwick Police Department Headlines. Phone: Sergeant Geoffrey Waldman: geoffrey. In Memoriam. Law Enforcement Accreditation.
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