City of Rome, New York

Police Department

Rome Police - Protect - ServeThe 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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Our Mission

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.

K9 Unit
K9 Unit

The Rome Police Department Canine (K9) Unit was formed in the mid 1980’s. Currently the unit has two canine teams. " Spock", is a dual purpose canine, meaning that he is capable of searching for narcotics/marihuana and is also a patrol dog, capable of searching for evidence as well as tracking and apprehending suspects.  His human partner is Patrolman Fred Carnavale.  Patrolman Alexandra Carletta is the most recent member of the unit.  Her K9 is named "Arko". The K9 Unit is deployed for various functions including tracking, crowd control, building ...

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Accident Reconstruction Unit
Accident Reconstruction Unit

This unit was established with the emphasis in providing the City of Rome and the department with trained motor vehicle accident reconstructionists to identify contributing factors involved in serious motor vehicle accidents. Accidents investigated by the unit include accidents involving substantial property damage, accidents to patrol or city owned vehicles, and accidents resulting in severe injuries or fatalities.

Rome Police Department Personnel Complaint Form

Fill out the form in its entirety. The form can be submitted either in person at the Rome Police Department or by mailing it to:
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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