Victim & Witness Assistance
Crime victims may be eligible for compensation from the New York State Crime Victims Board for items such as: lost wages, medical expenses, counseling, funeral expenses, essential personal property, occupational rehabilitation, moving expenses, or crime scene clean-up.
The Rome Police Department or the Oneida County District Attorney's Office can help protect you against harassment and intimidation.
For more information, please click on the banner above or call the New York State Crime Victims Board at 1-800-289-9747.
Rome Police Department
301 N. James Street
Rome, NY 13440
Phone: (315) 339-7780
Rome Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative
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.
Officer Exam Announcement
This position is responsible for the enforcement of laws and ordinances and protection of lives and property in a designated area of an assigned shift; does related work as required. Duties consist primarily of routine patrol tasks, assisting in investigation of criminal offenses and the apprehension of criminals.