City of Rochester Search Result Rss http://www.cityofrochester.gov/searchrss.aspx?query=Police&order=rank&orderdirection=descending&mindatecreated=1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM&maxdatecreated=11/22/2029 10:18:10 AM&datesearchfield=DateCreated&categories= Rochester Police Department Police Officer Requirements http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589936732 <p>Rochester Police Department requirements for job appointment</p> City of Rochester 8/14/2014 Rochester Police Department Office of the Chief of Police http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589936535 <p>The Office of the Chief of Police consists of the Chief of Police, the Chief's personal staff and the Public Information Officer. </p> City of Rochester 12/30/2013 Rochester Police Department Police Academy http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589936748 <p>The RPD police academy is a local academy that is held at the Monroe County Public Safety Training Facility on Scottsville Rd. Students generally attend the police academy Monday thru Friday 8am to 4 pm. The police academy is the</p> City of Rochester 12/30/2013 News Release - Statement from Mayor Robert J. Duffy Regarding Shooting of Two Police Officers http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589940710 <p><strong>(Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009)</strong> – Rochester Police Officers are among the most courageous men and women imaginable and this despicable act of violence and cowardice underscores why this is so true. These two officers came within inches of losing their lives in the act of doing what police officers are asked to do every day – responding to a call for help, rushing toward a violent situation from which most people would, and should, go the other way. </p> City of Rochester 10/5/2010 News Release - Former Deputy Police Chief James Sheppard Named as New Director of the Office of Public Integrity http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589941564 <p><strong>(Friday, February 12, 2010)</strong> – Rochester Mayor Robert J. Duffy today announced the appointment of James M. Sheppard as the City’s new Director of the Office of Public Integrity (OPI) effective March 1, 2010. </p> <p></p> City of Rochester 10/4/2010 News Release - Deaf Driver Communication Card to Aid During Police Traffic Stops http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589944694 <strong>(Friday, Sept. 24,2010) - </strong>The Rochester Police Department will distribute Deaf Driver Communication Visor Cards beginning Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 to assist police officers and drivers during routine traffic stops. Rochester Mayor Robert J. Duffy and Police Chief David T. Moore were on hand to introduce the card to the public at a press conference held Friday, Sept. 24 at City Hall. City of Rochester 9/24/2010 Police Chief Sheppard Sworn In at City Hall Ceremony http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589945672 <p><strong>(Friday, Dec. 10, 2010) -</strong> Rochester Police Chief James M. Sheppard was sworn in today by Mayor Robert J. Duffy in a ceremony at City Hall. He was appointed to the post on November 5 and confirmed by City Council on November 16, 2010.</p> City of Rochester 12/21/2010 News Release - Police Arrest North Winton Road Robbery Suspect http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589948395 <strong>(Friday, June 3, 2011) - </strong>Rochester Police Chief James M. Sheppard announced today that police have have arrested Daniel Bovee of Rochester in connection with a robbery in which several hundred dollars was taken from the CVS store lat 185 N. Winton Rd., Rochester City of Rochester 6/13/2011 News Release - Police Add New K-9s http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589948767 <p>Police Add Two New K 9 Crime Fighters The Rochester Police Department graduated the two newest members of the department K 9 “Sully” and K 9 “Rocky”. Both dogs are 19 month old German Shepherds. Each completed a 14 week</p> City of Rochester 6/24/2011 News Release - Rochester Police Department Takes Steps to Avoid Layoffs http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589950418 <strong>(Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011) –</strong> Mayor Thomas S. Richards and Rochester Police Chief James Sheppard today proposed a series of budget cuts and efficiencies that will avoid the pending layoff of nine police officers. The cost-cutting will save recent police hires, including three minority officers and two female officers from losing their jobs and will also protect the City’s $684,000 investment in training and preparing those officers for their jobs. <br /> City of Rochester 10/7/2011