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We Are the RPD - Respect, Professional, Dedicated

 

Embracing a philosophy of Policing in the Spirit of Service represents the Rochester Police Department’Spirit-of-Service-logos commitment to consistently provide excellent police services to all of the Rochester community. This commitment requires every employee to strive for excellence while demonstrating courtesy, professionalism and ethics. Every interaction with the community has an impact not only on each individual employee’s reputation, but on the reputation of the entire Rochester Police Department.  

By supporting this philosophy and postively engaging our community, particularly the younger population, we hope to establish and maintain strong relationships, now and in the future.

Generation News Video Series

In addition to working diligently day in and day out to keep the streets of Rochester safe, many of our members go above and beyond, contributing their personal time by volunteering at events in order to interact with community members in a variety of positive ways. View these videos produced by Generation News to learn more about the Rochester Police Department and to meet some of the men and women behind the badge. 

 

 

Officer Michael Ciulla

 

 
"....I'm a person first, and a police officer second." 
 

Officer Brandon Ince

 
 

"I've always felt a connection to people.
I've always wanted to help people."
 

 

Officer Nelsy Madrid

 
 

"I look forward to it all year, the opportunity
to be out here with the kids."
 

 

Officer Jim Laruez

 
 
"Each one of us has a passion for doing the job." 
 

Officer Moses Robinson

 
 
"I strive to give back to the community
that I've come from. ... I'm your example"
 
 

Black Heritage Month Concert

 
 
"We want people to feel welcome
coming into the Public Safety Building."
 

 


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