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Kops for Kids

On July 15, 2021, Rome PD Kops 4 Kids took 8 kids from the community horseback riding at Stillmeadow Ranch in Turin, NY. The kids were able to get up close and personal with the horses. They then went to Whetstone Gulf State Park and had a cookout.

girl in riding gear posing on horse
girl tending to small horsee

The Rome Police Department’s Juvenile Aid Division runs a Kops 4 Kids program. On July 27th They organized a "Paint the Park " event at Fort Stanwix Park. Kids from the community volunteered to participate. There were light pole bases badly needing scraped and painted. All those who participated were able to take pride in their community and give a little back to make it better.

They will return and paint them with the Juvenile Aid Division, the RPD School Resource Officers, RPD Community Impact Unit and Oneida County Probation officers.

kids posing with rome police department officers in park

On July 28, the Kops 4 Kids went to Alexandria Bay with RPD JAD and Oneida County Juvenile Probation. The trip was sponsored by Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. The trip included Uncle Sams Boat Tour and a tour of Boldt Castle. Perfect setting for interaction between police and kids. The long bus ride provided time for many conversations between the youth and staff.

kids posing in front of alex bay
kids posing on deck overlooking alex bay

Contact information

Sgt. Scott Hoag
301 N. James Street
Rome, NY 13440

Phone: (315) 339-7714

Rome Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative

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Keep Your Valuables Safe

Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers and the Rome Police Department are asking for people to share information on the whereabouts of this week's Wanted Person of the Week.

Rome City Police are looking for a 27-year-old male who is wanted on warrants from Rome City Court. Duamel A. Scavone is wanted on 3 separate Rome City Court Warrants, according to Rome Police Detective Shane Riolo.