What could go down as one of the most historical elections in United States history is right around the corner, and URI police say they are prepared for any type of response students may have to election results. In recent years, the URI Police Department has established community policing in efforts to continue to institute trust in the campus community and says these practices will continue to help provide students with a safe environment. “We’re here to allow our community members to express their thoughts and concerns, their freedoms and their liberties, but we’re going to ensure that’s done in a safe manner,” Major Jagoda said . Students and faculty can expect to see more officers patrolling both in cars and on bikes on and after Election Day.