Upcoming Events

       

    Drug Take Back Day is September 27th.

    The Rome Police Department has partnered with Walgreens for the next D.E.A. nationwide prescription pill take back initiative scheduled for Saturday, September 27, 2014.  Area residents should bring unwanted, expired or unused prescription medication to Walgreens, 201 South James Street in Rome on Saturday,  September 27, 2014 between 10am and 2pm. for safe disposal.  Many prescription drugs are as dangerous as street drugs and studies have shown that the majority of abused prescription medications are obtained from family or friends, including the home medicine cabinet. For further information regarding the National Prescription Pill Take Back Initiative, visit the D.E.A. website Click Here or contact the Rome Police Detective Division at (315) 339-7715. (No needles will be accepted)

     

     

     

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     Rome Cops vs. Rome Firemen Charity Basketball Game to Benifit Shop with a Cop

    Rome Police officers will faceoff against Rome Firemen in a charity basketball game on Friday, November 22, 2014 in an effort to raise money for the Rome Police Shop with a Cop program.  This competitive game will be held at Strough Middle School, 801 Laurel Street with a 6:30 pm tip-off time.  There is a $3.00 addmission fee for adults and kids 12 years old or younger will be addmitted free. Stay tuned for more information and how to obtain pre sale tickets.

                                             

                                              

     

                                    

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    The Rome Police Department will be hosting a Shop With A Cop event in December, 2014 and are in the process of raising funds for this event. Rome Police Shop With A Cop will provide an opportunity for underprivileged children in the Rome area to purchase holiday gifts of up to $100 for themselves or others at the Rome Walmart while under the supervision of a Rome Police officer. The event will take place on Saturday, December 13, 2014. This event will benefit the children involved in many ways and will also help Rome Police as they try new ways to interact with the public they serve. The Rome Police Department is currently raising funds to support this event and any contributions would be welcome! If you would like to donate to the Rome Police Shop With A Cop event, checks can be sent to:

    Rome Police Department 
    301 North James Street 
    Rome, NY 13440 
    Attn. Sgt. Platt 

    *Please make checks payable to the Philip S. McDonald PBA and note on the check that it is for Shop With A Cop*

             

     

     

     


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