The Rome Police Department is comprised of 76 police officers and 2 civilians. In order to give our community the best police services, our department has several specialized units, which consist of several divisions. Please choose a division at left for additional information. The members of our department are dedicated law enforcement professionals who take pride in delivering the best possible police services to our community. We are proud of our efforts to provide a safe neighborhood and school environment.
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The mission of the Rome Police Department is to protect life and property, prevent crime, detect and arrest offenders. This shall be accomplished by enforcing all federal, state, and local laws over which this Department has jurisdiction.
The Special Investigations Unit is a highly specialized unit which is comprised of detectives who are trained in the investigation, recognition and testing of illegal substances (Narcotics). The unit focuses mainly on narcotic investigations throughout the City of Rome, both inside and outside districts. S.I.U. will also conduct any other investigations that they are assigned by the Chief of Police. All members are a part of the Oneida County Drug Task Force which gives the members the status of Special Deputy with the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. This allows them to co...Learn More
The Rome Police Department possesses and utilizes several specialized vehicles to assist in its service to the community. These vehicles function in all aspects of police work. Investigations, crowd control, and traffic safety are just some of the areas in which the Rome Police Department is able to fulfill its mission by having the diversification that these vehicles provide.
The All Terrain Unit (ATU) is a highly mobile unit capable of rapidly deploying to remote areas of the city in any type of weather. This unit gives the department greater flexibility when patrolling city parks a...Learn More
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Rome Police Department
301 N. James St.
Rome, NY 13440
Attn: Office of Professional Standards
If you have questions please contact the Rome Police Department at (315) 339-7780
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