City of Rome, New York Police Department

The Rome Police Department is proud of our efforts to provide a safe neighborhood and school environment. We are 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. 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.

Rome Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative

Comments regarding the Rome Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative should be submitted to policereform@romepd.com

Latest Announcement

New York State law requires all drivers and passengers wear seat belts, regardless of where they sit in the vehicle. Further, stretch limousines already on the road will be required to include seatbelts at every seat by January 2023.

Press Release

On Wednesday, October 7, 2021, members of the Rome Police Department patrol division responded to a report of a criminal mischief complaint involving racially derogatory comments spray painted on a garage door.

Personnel Complaint Form

If you have questions please contact the Rome Police Department at (315) 339-7780

patrolman joseph longo

Officer of the Month

Patrolman Joseph Longo
Member of the Force: 7 Years
Patrolman Longo’s situational awareness and attention to detail directly led to the recovery of an illegal handgun and a quantity of narcotics.

DRUG TAKE BACK

The Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc., the Oneida County Sheriff's Office, Rome Police Department and Utica Police Department are working together in collaboration to "Take Back" unused/or expired prescription and over-the -counter medications, including pet medications by offering a drive-through event.