Law Enforcement Advocates are employed by victim service agencies and work within local police departments. They are available to provide information and referrals to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Contact numbers for advocates are listed below.
Please Note: These phone numbers are not emergency numbers. In case of emergency, call 911 or the emergency number of the specific police department.
Barrington, Bristol, Little Compton, Tiverton, and Warren Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-236-8358
Burrillville, Foster, Glocester, and Scituate Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-568-6255 or 401-644-4593
Central Falls, Cumberland, and Lincoln Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-612-4088
Charlestown, Hopkinton, Richmond, and Westerly Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-782-3995
Coventry, East Greenwich, and West Greenwich Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-826-8915
Cranston and Johnston Police Departments
Cranston Advocate Contact: 401-477-5040
Johnston Advocate Contact: 401-757-3139
Middletown, Newport, and Portsmouth Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-845-5732
Narragansett, North Kingstown, South Kingstown, and Jamestown Police Departments
Advocate Contact: 401-294-3316 x8160
North Providence Police Department
Advocate Contact: 401-231-4533 x145
North Smithfield, Smithfield, and Woonsocket Police Departments
Advocate* Contact: 401-766-3628
Pawtucket Police Department
Advocate* Contact: 401-727-9100, x783
Providence Police Department
Advocate* Contact: 401-243-6338
Spanish-speaking Advocate Contact: 401-243-6334
Warwick Police Department
Advocate Contact: 401-468-4372
West Warwick Police Department
Advocate Contact: 401-821-4323 x1140
Family Service of Rhode Island - Police Liasons
Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) partners with the Rhode Island State Police, the Providence Police, and the East Providence Police to help victims of crime address stress, anxiety, depression, and other symptoms of trauma.
This work often includes "police ride-alongs," going on patrol with the police to prevent crimes from happening and to immediately respond to the needs of victims.
FSRI staff follow up with victims to ensure access to counseling and emergency food and clothing, and to assist in navigating the criminal justice system.
Family Service of Rhode Island: 401-331-1350 x3142*
Rhode Island State Police: 401-444-1035*
Providence Police Department: 401-954-4060+