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

Investigator John Overstreet is looking for information about a theft that occured on March 8, 2018 at the Kingston Road Dollar General. A white female wearing a white shirt and blue jeans is suspected of taking an IPhone 6 plus from the cashiers counter with out permission. If you have any information of the person in this please contact Inv. John Overstreet at (706) 314-0916 or by email at Overstreetj@floydcountyga.org Information can be confidential.

Enforcement tightens at downtown parking decks and Town Green

Taking care of your neighbors, that's what a community is about.

Drug exchange set for April 21

Maybe the weather will change if we change our frosty background image. 39 degrees and falling.

Beware of callers demanding money. Popular scams we have been hearing about are IRS payments, missed jury dates and an alleged family member in trouble in a far off location.

From Floyd County E-911 GA. Dispatchers will be busy taking emergency calls, please call or message utility companies directly -- they will be able to more directly handle your problem.

Storms are coming 🌪💨⚡️ Please be patient with your travel and stay off the road if possible.

Congratulations to Assistant Chief Tom Ewing.

Inv. Charles Miller needs help identifying the lady wearing the black jacket that says "PINK." She is a suspect in case of debit card fraud. If you have any information, please contact Inv. Miller at 706-235-7766.

UPDATE Roadway is now open. ***** Traffic delays should be expected on US 27 at the Armuchee Connector. Ga Power is removing a pole and doing line work in the intersection. Lights are out and patrol officers are directing traffic.

The Floyd County Police Department has received trauma kits to help attend to victims wounded in serious injury and in cases of mass casualty incidents. Thank you to the Floyd County Wellness Program for making these tools available.

On Sunday February 18, at approximately 0700 hours, three unknown black male suspects entered a Rite-Aid Pharmacy in Cartersville, Georgia. The three suspects rushed the employees and overpowered them. All employees were led to the pharmacy and zip- tied. The suspects demanded Percocet, Oxycodone, and Codeine Syrup. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Inv. Patrick Hooton of the Cartersville PD: 678-449-4400 or Hooton149@cartersvillepolice.com

Investigators want to identify this person who is possibly involved in a check fraud case. The individual attempted to cash a stolen check at Coosa Valley Federal Union in Rome. Anyone with information please call Investigator Brandon Robinson 706-314-1861.

Inv. Nails needs your assistance identifying this suspect who was purchasing items with a stolen debit card. If you can help identify this person, please call Inv. Nails at 706-314-0758.

Sgt. Pledger is trying to identify the male in the gray hoodie. He is suspected of illegally entering two vehicles on Old Cedartown Road and using a stolen credit card at the Cedartown Kroger. If you have information, please call Sgt. Pledger at 706-314-0916

We are looking to identify these individuals. The two are involved in a check fraud case, and the photo was taken at Publix in Rome on December 24, 2017. If you have any information, please contact Inv. Charles Miller at 706-314-1862.

Busy couple days on the road. If you have abandoned your vehicle on the road or shoulder, please make plans to have the vehicle removed as soon as possible. Vehicles left unattended for a long period will be towed.

Snow and ice on the road today means increased braking distance. Rockmart Highway is severely icey. Use CAUTION

Floyd County Administrative & Judicial offices will delay opening on Monday, January 8th, 2018, until 1:00pm due to the winter weather advisory.