Warren Police Department

  • Agency: Warren Police Department
  • Address: 1 Joyce St, Warren, 02885 RI
  • Chief: Thomas Gordon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 401-245-1311
Fax: 401-245-8220
Email:

Warren Police Department is located at 1 Joyce St, Warren, 02885 RI. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Gordon. The Warren Police Department phone number is 401-245-1311.

Warren Police Department News

The Warren Police Honor Guard at Ponaganset High School for The Vietnam Memorial Moving Wall Parade and Escort. (11/1/18)

"Trunk or Treat" at Hugh School School on October 27, 2018. Detective Beaulieu and Officer Morrissette, aka Chewbacca.

Detective Kristin Beaulieu and Officer Joel Morrissette at the "Recovery Rally" held at the Bristol Town Common (9/22/18)

Members of the Warren Police & Fire Department want to thank the Best Buddies team for a well played, action packed basketball game at KMS. It was a fun experience for all of us and we look forward to future games with you (especially because we've now lost two years in a row).

Some members of the Warren Police will be participating in No Shave November. Each participating Officer will be making a donation to the American Cancer Society. Facts: 1-9 men will be diagnosed and 1-41 will die from it. Besides lung cancer, it is the 2nd leading cause of cancer among men. Prostate cancer is a relatively slow-growing cancer. For all stages of the cancer the average 5-year survival rate is 98% and the 10-year survival rate is 84%. Remember - Most people die with this cancer and not of it. Get checked, pass the word, stay alive!!! If you wish to donate go to no-shave.org, our team is warrenripd.

AMC will be filming (NOS4A2) on Main Street Tuesday 10/23/18 9:00am until 8:00pm * Expect delays on Main Street from Franklin Street to Vernon Street. Please seek an alternate route if possible. * This section of Main Street may be closed at times during filming. * Northbound traffic on Main Street may be detoured onto Vernon Street to Avenue A to Franklin Street and back to Main Street. * Southbound traffic on Main Street may be detoured onto Campbell Street to Water Street to Bridge Street and back onto Main Street. * Large trucks and buses will be allowed to travel the normal route. * There will be "No Parking" on Main Street from Campbell Street to Vernon Street.

DISPATCHER: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY The town of Warren, RI is now accepting applications for a full-time police/fire dispatcher. The work shift is rotating schedules covering 24 hours per day, seven days per week, including holidays. Applicants must be prepared to work a variety of shifts and occasional call-backs with short notice. General duties will include: answering emergency and routine phone calls; dispatching police and fire emergency services; greeting the public; and some clerical and data entry functions. Ability to multi-task in high stress situations and a sufficient familiarity with computers, are highly desirable attributes of candidates for this position. Preference given to applicants with dispatch experience in the fire service and/or law enforcement discipline. The Town of Warren, RI is an equal opportunity provider, and employer. Completed Applications must be received in the Warren Town Clerk’s Office no later than Friday, October 12 2018 at 4:30PM Application packages and position descriptions are available online at www.townofwarren-ri.gov and at the Warren Police website: https://www.warrenripolice.com/employment and at the Warren Town Clerk’s office located on 514 Main Street, Warren, RI, but must be returned to the Warren Town Clerk’s office by the date and time listed above. Adv: October 3 &10, 2018

TOWN OF WARREN ASSISTANT ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER The Town of Warren is seeking a part-time individual to serve as Assistant Animal Control Officer. Hours of work are Saturday and Sunday – 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM and Holidays every other weekend at an hourly rate of $15.00. Application packages and position descriptions are available online at www.townofwarren-ri.gov, and on the Warren Police Department website: www.warrenripolice.com/employment and at the Warren Town Clerk’s office located on 514 Main Street, Warren, RI Completed Applications must be received in the Warren Town Clerk’s Office no later than Friday, October 12, 2018 at 4:30PM The Town of Warren is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Adv: October 3 & 10, 2018

It is with sadness and regret that Town of Warren Police, Fire and Rescue Dispatcher Matthew Harris died this morning due to complications following surgery. Matt worked for the Town since 2001 and was a well-known and loved employee and friend. He will be missed by his fellow workers and by the public he served. We extend our deepest sympathies to his family.

Our friends at Refuge Church put us up to the #LipSyncChallenge - and we accepted!

FINISH FOR A GUINNESS 5K - will kick off at 10 am this Sunday 9/2/18. The race will be completed by 11 am. Please be aware that some roads will be temporarily closed and traffic temporarily stopped to accommodate the runners/walkers. TRAFFIC DETOUR - For those not running please seek alternative travel routes on Sunday morning between 9:30 am and 11 am. The race will close down parts of Water Street and Main Street during the height of the event. Please utilize Metacom Avenue & Franklin Street to get into town. Thank You, in advance for your patience.

The members of the Warren Police Department would like to thank Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle for his 29 years of service to the town. May you enjoy many a happy year in your retirement Chief!

So everyone is aware:‬ ‪The Warren Fire Department and the Warren Police Department are not sponsoring any fundraisers at this time. If you receive a phone call or mailer requesting a donation, please be sure that you are donating to the correct cause. The photo attached is a recent example of a mailer that is not authorized by the Town of Warren. Thank You‬

All members of the Warren Police Department would like to thank Pat and the members of the Refuge Church for Lunch, the kind words and more. We will also accept your Lip Sync Challenge! Stay tuned....

Pawtucket Red Sox mascot, Paws stopped by today to invite members of the Department to their game next Wednesday night.

On behalf of the Warren Police Department we offer our deepest condolences to the family of Officer Michael Chesna and the Weymouth Police Department. An innocent bystander was also killed during this incident. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of both victims.

On Tuesday July 10th, Officer Connor Bemis and Officer Austin Carreiro were sworn in as the newest members of the Warren Police Department by Council President Joseph DePasquale.

Chief Peter T. Achilli, Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle and the members of the Warren Police Department would like to thank Girl Scout Troop 1155 for their hard work and generous donation. The Bristol and Warren Fire and Police Departments received life-saving equipment to aid the rescue of pets caught in house fires. On June 27, Sixth graders from Girl Scout Troop 1155 gathered with their families and representatives from the Towns' fire and police departments to present 12 pet oxygen mask kits to each of the departments. Bristol Fire Chief Michael DeMello, Warren Fire Chief James Sousa, and Warren Deputy Police Chief Joseph Loiselle were the evening's guests of honor.

Construction Update: Starting on Monday June 25th, Water Street paving will begin. The project is scheduled to end on Friday June 29th. There will be no parking on Water Street Monday through Friday from 7am to 5pm. During the paving project, businesses will be open and local traffic will be allowed, when possible. The road will be closed at times and commuters should seek an alternate route.

ATTENTION: On Wednesday 6/6/18, during daylight hours, the town will be testing a new Emergency Siren/notification system. You may hear a loud siren or loud notification message during this testing procedure.

Chief Peter T. Achilli and members of the Warren Police would like to congratulate and welcome, Officers Austin Carreiro and Connor Bemis to the department. From left to right, Officer Austin Carreiro, Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle, Police Chief Peter Achilli and Officer Connor Bemis.

Houshold Hazardous Waste June 2, 8:00am-1:00PM