ROME – Today is Law Enforcement Day in the city of Rome, and the event is free to attend.
From 4-10 p.m., you can stop by Franklyn Field, located at 1111 N. James St., and meet members of local, state and federal law enforcement.
There will be law enforcement vehicles, memorabilia and equipment on display. There will also be live demonstrations from the Rome
Police Special Response Team, K-9 Division and Less Than Lethal Weapons Deployment, including a taser demonstration on new recruits.
Painted Black will be performing live music, and fireworks will be set off at dark.
- Law Enforcement Day begins Wednesday afternoon in Rome
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- Demolition officially begins on Rome parking garage
- Law enforcement investigating homicide in Fort Plain
- Law enforcement investigating a drowning in Camden
- Local runners, law enforcement talk runners safety
- Local law enforcement react to mass shootings
- Trial of Rome murder suspect Robert Coffin to begin Monday
- New season at Utica-Rome Speedway begins May 6
- Site prep begins for Rome parking garage demolition