Floyd County Police Department

  • Agency: Floyd County Police Department
  • Address: 5 Government Plaza, Rome, 30161 GA
  • Chief: Bill Shiflett (Chief of Police)

Floyd County Police Department is located at 5 Government Plaza, Rome, 30161 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Bill Shiflett. The Floyd County Police Department phone number is 706-235-7766.

Floyd County Police Department News

Wings over North Georgia is returning to Russell Regional Airport this year, with shows on Saturday and Sunday. There will be traffic delays and road closures around the airport as a matter of safety. There is no parking on the side of the road on county right of way. Vehicles will be towed and violators subject to citations. -Jones Mill Road will be closed -Old Dalton Road from Applewood to Green Acre Road will be closed 3 to 5 on p.m. Saturday and Sunday -a portion of Lewis Road will be closed from Warren Road to Lewis Drive

Couple charged with swindling thousands in construction payments

Officers from the Floyd County Police Department show off their fashion sense for the 10th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, an awareness event held every year as part of Domestic Violence Awareness month.

Such a beautiful outpouring of support. Grateful for our brothers and sisters who came to support the memory of Kristen from all over the country.

Parents please be mindful of your children while they're outside. We have had 2 reports in 2 days of a white male in a small camouflage truck attempting to talk to children. There has been no forward attempt, but the acts are considered suspicious. If you see a vehicle or person of this type please contact this page or 911.

Authorities on scene are looking for Seth Brandon Spangler, who is considered armed and dangerous. Spangler is 5-foot-8 and 130 pounds. He has brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen in the 100 block of Santa Claus Road near Cave Spring.

Prayers today for our neighbors in Polk County.

These shirts look good. Thank you Shane's Rib Shack for you support of law enforcement.

Police are looking for a lottery bandit, who is swiping tickets from cashiers at local convenience stores. If you can identify the man in pictures please contact this page or Det Chris Fincher 706-331-8728.

Several vehicles were broken into around Sept 8, 2017. Among the valuables stolen were wallets and bank cards, which were later used at Krystal and the Cedartown Walmart. Anyone with information about the suspect's identity is asked to message this page or contact Sgt Brandon Robinson 706-252-4228

Patrol reports a good night following a night of continuous rain, however there are roads closed this morning. Continue to be cautious with wet roads and soggy ground that will cause weaker trees to fall. Thanks! 1. Ward Mtn from Barron Rd to the top of the mountain due to a tree down across power lines. 2. Edwards St due to tree down across telephone wires. 3. George Rd from Blacks Bluff to the state line due to a tree down across power lines.

Shane's Rib Shack Rome is selling their Back the Blue t-shirts in support of Police Appreciation week. For more information visit the Riverside Pkwy location.

The U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a statement to north Georgia to encourage preparedness. As the outer bands of Irma approache we may see tornadoes, flooding and power outages. Residents should be prepared in some cases to be without power for several days and stock up on supplies accordingly. Locate your cell phone chargers and emergency lighting. We encourage drivers to stay off the road as much as possible to prevent unnecessary accidents that allow rescuers to attend to other issues.

The police department received coupons for free meals at Shane's Rib Shack Rome in honor of Police Appreciation Week (September 10-17). Thank you for the wonderful gift!

Officers came to the rescue of a tortoise attempting to cross Ga 140 near Old Bells Ferry Road. The African Tortoise was released to the Department of Natural Resources.

The video from Model Elementary School has been removed. We apologize for any inconvenience. After further investigation, in partnership with the Floyd County Board of Education, it has been determined that no crime we committed, nor was there an attempt to commit a crime.

Police are asking for help identifying a man who entered the home of an elderly man on Kingston Highway early Sunday morning around 3 a.m. (note: the last part of the video has been slowed). Information can remain anonymous. Det ChrisFincher can be reached via Facebook or 706-314-0917

Please join us in support of Floyd Against Drugs with this special event on August 26.