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Elorza pick for Providence Police community relations role draws criticism

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza is facing criticism over his decision to put a city administrator with no policing experience in a leading...

Providence Police seize 30 ATVs in two weeks

PROVIDENCE – A more strategic crackdown on illegal all-terrain vehicles across the city is yielding some initial success, with about 30 ATVs and dirt...

Elorza rebuts accusations that he refused state police help

PROVIDENCE – Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Friday addressed recent violence in the capital city, countering prior accusations that he had refused to...

Providence council president calls for state police backup amid violent crime...

PROVIDENCE – Amid staffing shortages and a rise in violence in the capital city, the head of the City Council is asking for backup...

Elorza signs $540M FY 22 spending plan

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on July 16 signed a nearly $540 million city spending plan for the fiscal 2022 year, according to...

Elorza unveils $540M FY22 budget with level taxes

PROVIDENCE - Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Tuesday announced a nearly $540 million city spending plan with level taxes for fiscal 2022, a 5.7%...

Elorza signs off on FY 2021 Providence budget

PROVIDENCE – More than three-quarters of the way through the year, the city at last has a fiscal 2021 spending plan, after Mayor Jorge...

Report recommends new department to shift responsibilities from Providence police

PROVIDENCE – The city could cut costs, improve services and make its police and fire departments more efficient by creating a new department to...
HUGH CLEMENTS, chief of the Providence Police Department, recently received the Sister Ann Keefe Award from the Nonviolence Institute. The award is given to an individual who supports and fosters nonviolence in the community. The mission of the Providence-based nonprofit is to teach the principles and practices of nonviolence. Clements was appointed to the Providence Police Department on May 5, 1985, as a night patrol officer in the uniform division.

Clements receives Sister Ann Keefe Award from Nonviolence Institute

What was your reaction to being selected as the recipient of this year’s Sister Ann Keefe Award? I had known and worked alongside of Sister...

Police ask to pause 6-10 connector work details due to alleged...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s two largest police unions have requested to temporarily quit working details on the 6-10 connector highway project, citing allegations that...
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