The Department offers senior citizens an informational card they can display on their refrigerator. On this card is recorded pertinent information about themselves, such as: their name, date of birth, doctors’ names, medication information, emergency phone numbers and medical history. During an emergency, medical rescue crews know exactly where to look for this information. Refrigerator cards are available at the Smithfield Police Department, Community Police Office, and the Senior Center.
Want to know more?
For additional information or questions about this program contact:
Officer Gary Masterson from the S.P.D. Community Policing Unit via email at email@example.com. He can also be reached by phone at (401) 231-2500, ext.227. Although emails and voicemails left during weekdays are checked daily, please allow at least 48 hours for responses to your inquiry.
Officer Orlando Braxton from the S.P.D. Community Policing Unit via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can also be reached by phone at (401) 231-2500, ext.238. Although emails and voicemails left during weekdays are checked daily, please allow at least 48 hours for responses to your inquiry.
For general questions regarding any of our other community programs at the Smithfield Police Department check out the specific webpage dedicated to that program or contact us by phone at (401) 231-2500, ext.202 or via email at email@example.com.
How else can I stay informed?
Smithfield Police Community Newsletter
Do you want to be added to our Smithfield Police Community Newsletter? It’s easy. Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word “Newsletter” in the subject field and you will be added to our mailing list. That’s it. To go to our Smithfield Police Community Newsletter page, where you can download the most current newsletter as well as previous ones, click here
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