I was on Facebook yesterday and came across this post from Fab De La Hoya thanks for sharing the positive message! Continue reading Rochester Police Officers Stop To Play Football With Kids (Video)
A phone call from out of state prompted Rochester City School District School No. 7 to go into a lockout as Police look for a gun Wednesday afternoon. Continue reading School No. 7 In Lockout Police Find Gun In Dumpster
The ROC is definitely representing when it comes to the #mannequinchallenge!
Check out the top three starting with the largest mannequin challenge so far with 1300 students at the United Negro College Fund HBCU Empower Me Tour – filmed by GoodKnews Photography.
(Click the photo to see video)
Here are a couple more which an officer from RPD even got in on the fun on the third one.
More to come so stay tuned!
Came across this story and I just want to say THANK YOU to the Rochester Police Officer’s who put their money together to buy a new basketball hoop for a group of kids on First Street!! Continue reading Feel Good Friday Story – Rochester Police Officers Surprise Kids
ROCHESTER POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS ESCORT STUDENTS AND STAFF IN NEIGHBORHOOD PEACE MARCH
WHO: Students, staff, parents, community volunteers, RPD officers, and RFD firefighter, and Interim Superintendent Linda Cimusz
WHAT: Students and staff cap-off a week of activities to promote peace with a march through the school neighborhood
WHEN: Friday, May 13, 2016, 1:30 p.m. Continue reading RPD And RFD Will Escort RCSD Students & Staff In Peace March
Yesterday’s shooting was absolutely insane. We as a community have to work together to stand against up the violence in our city. Listen to RPD Chief Ciminelli’s interview regarding the shooting, updates, and things we can do as a community to help. We have to do better. Enough is enough…
Then register for the “File for a Day” interactive training session! FILE (Females In Law Enforcement) will be hosting an interactive training session on Saturday, August 29th for prospective women interested in a career with the Rochester Police Department. The event will take place from 8am to 4:30pm at the Public Safety Training Facility, 1190 Scottsville Rd.
The event is free and open to women between the ages of 19 to 34 who have a high school diploma or equivalent certificate, a valid NYS driver’s license and U.S. citizenship. Space is limited to the first fifty women to register.
Rochester City Council would like your input on Rochester Police Department Officers wearing body cameras.
To take the survey click on the link below.
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(Friday, April 17, 2015) – Mayor Lovely Warren and Chief Ciminelli announced an update in Captains who will command two of the police sections created under the new, neighborhood-based patrol model.