State of Rhode Island Life Saver Awards
Burrillville Police Officers Lt. Dennis Leahey, Sgt. WIlliam Lacey, Officer William Blais and Dispatcher Glen Biddiscombe received the Rhode Island Life Savers Award on Thursday October 24th at a ceremony at the State House by Secretary of State, A. Ralph Mollis and Governor Lincoln Chaffee.
Check out the new Ford Police Interceptor and Interceptor SUV! Our new cars have All-wheel Drive to assist with Burrillville's snowy winters, high powered LED emergency lighting to protect officers while in traffic. The Police Interceptors have high output V-6 engines which will experience better fuel mileage that the old Crown Victoria models.
Officers promoted by the Burrillville Police Department on June 22, 2011 at a meeting of the Town Council, were sworn in by Municipal Court Judge Joseph Carrol.Left to right: Inspector Michael Bouchard, Sergeant Jason Eddy, Lieutenant Dennis Leahey, Judge Carroll, Colonel Gannon and Major Larry Guglietta.
Lieutenant John Connors, stands beside students that recently graduated from the 2011 Junior Achievement Program. The top photo is Mrs. Auclair's 3rd grade class and the bottom picutre is Mrs. Cornell's 3rd grade class at the WIlliam Callahan school in Harrisville. Lieutenant Connors has taught Junior Achievement for over ten years.
ANNUAL WINTER PARKING BAN - November 1st through March 31st
By order of Burrillville Town Ordinance 6-1.3 Overnight Parking Prohibited, no motor vehicles are premitted to park on any street within the Town of Burrillville between the hours of 1:00 a.m and 6:00 a.m. from November 1st through March 31st inclusive. Those who violate this order are subject to a summons of $25.00. If the fine is not paid within 7 days, the fine will double and a notice will be sent to the vehicle owner ordering that person to appear before the Burrillville Municipal Court.