Chief of Police

Welcome to the Rome Police Department website. As a New York State accredited law enforcement agency, we are committed to providing our citizens with up-to-date information, available police services, and statistical information.

Members of the police department are committed to providing the citizens and visitors of Rome a safe environment to live in, and an inviting community to visit. Our police officers are members of the community they serve, and they do so with pride, professionalism, and integrity.

The Rome Police Department is always searching for new and innovative ways to improve our operations. We provide our officers with the most current training, equipment, and technology, which enable them to provide you with the finest police services available.

We should all strive to improve the quality of life in the communities in which we live and raise our families. It is our hope that with the addition of this invaluable tool to the community, we can further improve the communication and cooperation between the police and those members of the public we serve. Thank you for visiting our website.

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Contact information

David J. Collins

Chief of Police
301 N. James Street
Rome, NY 13440

Phone: (315) 339-7705
Collinsd@romepd.com

Rome Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative

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

Law enforcement day

The Rome Police Department announces the return of Law Enforcement Day on July 23, 2022.

The Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers Wanted Person of the Week is a 30-year-old male wanted on multiple charges, including 2 counts of Acting in a Manner Injurious to a Child, according to Rome Police.

Between September of 2020 and October of 2021, Nash was allegedly involved in several domestic incidents resulting in 2 arrest warrants and one bench warrant being issued, according to Rome PD Captain Kevin James. Nash has not only been involved in Domestic incidents, but has also violated court orders by numerous unwanted telephone threats and voice messages, according to James.