Major Robert Lepre is the commanding officer of the Administrative Staff Division. This division consists various units and bureaus that develop policy and perform the executive functions of the Providence Police Department, including the Providence Police Training Bureau and Office of Professional Responsibility
|Major Robert Lepre
Bureaus and units assigned to the Administrative Division:
Prosecution: 401- 243-6415
District Court: 401-243-6037
Municipal Court: 401-243-2032
Boot Squad/Traffic Court Office: 401-243-6414
Housing Court: 401-243-6410
Human Resources: 401-243-6411
Evidence/Property Room: 401-243-4006
Records Bureau: 401-243-6416
Managerial Information Systems MIS: 401-243-6240
Automotive Division: 401-467-3680
Detail Office: 401-243-6405
Alarm Registration Unit: 401-243-6117
Weapons Bureau: 401- 243-6421
Providence Police Training Bureau
The PPD Training Bureau provides the City of Providence and other state and local agencies with professional, highly trained and effective police officers. The Training Bureau is committed to the aggressive recruitment of qualified personnel while providing disciplined police academy instruction and continued in-service training. Our goal is to provide the citizens of Providence with highly qualified police officers to meet the public service and public safety needs of their communities.
Office of Professional Responsibility
The Providence Police Department is committed to receiving and accepting complaints about the actions and performance of our personnel. As an organization, we are committed to providing the highest level of quality police service to all our citizens. Integrity, honesty, and professionalism are the fundamental elements for a police department. Our reputation with the community depends on developing and maintaining trust.
As members of the Providence Police Department, we are aware of the responsibilities and duties we have as public servants. The Office of Professional Responsibility is the watchdog of the Providence Police Department and has the responsibility of thoroughly investigating complaints brought against officers as well as conducting inspections to help ensure that our members are providing professional police service.
The courteous receipt of complaints, thorough and impartial investigation and just disposition are critical in maintaining the confidence of citizens.