Rhode Island State Police Museum
The Rhode Island State Police Museum in North Scituate, RI, opened with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on May 18, 2006.
As the history associated with the Rhode Island State Police began in 1925 and continues today, so does the museum which will be a continual work in progress. We will be working to showcase the accomplishments and proud history of the Rhode Island State Police by rotating artifacts and introducing new displays as new information, ideas and artifacts are received.
Therefore, we are requesting that anyone who may have Rhode Island State Police memorabilia please consider donating or loaning these items to the museum. The museum is dedicated to preserving the proud history and traditions of the men and women of the Rhode Island State Police. As such, we need your help in securing those pertinent items which may be of historical value.
Please contact Lieutenant Ann C. Assumpico at (401) 444-1212 if you have items for the museum collection. We can assure you that your artifacts will be properly cared for and preserved for future generations. Thank you for your continued support of the Rhode Island State Police.
Major David P. Tikoian
Chief Administrative Officer
President, Rhode Island State Police Museum Foundation, Inc.