- Associated Press - Saturday, May 14, 2016

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - The board of trustees for the Rhode Island Criminal Justice Hall of Fame has announced the names of the 2016 inductees.

Attorney General Peter Kilmartin says the hall honors outstanding professionals who have worked to improve and uphold the principles of the criminal justice system in Rhode Island.

The 2016 class includes retired Rhode Island State Police Col. Brendan Doherty; Johnston police Capt. Thomas Dolan; Superior Court Presiding Justice Alice B. Gibney; State Crime Laboratory Director Dennis Hilliard; retired Superior Court Presiding Justice Joseph Rodgers; and retired Rhode Island Assistant Attorney General Randall White.

Inductees are nominated and selected by the board.

An induction ceremony is planned for June.

Kilmartin says the inductees have served their respective organizations with the highest dignity and serve as role models.

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