Rockville City Police Department

  • Agency: Rockville City Police Department
  • Address: 2 W. Montgomery Ave., Rockville, 20850 MD
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Rockville City Police Department is located at 2 W. Montgomery Ave., Rockville, 20850 MD. The Rockville City Police Department phone number is 240-314-8900.

Rockville City Police Department News

Did you know? All dogs, cats and ferrets who reside in the City of Rockville and are 4 months old and older must be licensed annually and have an updated rabies vaccination on file. if you haven't yet registered your pet with the City's Neighborhood Services Division, avoid the fine, register now. Click on this link for the step-by-step process on how to get registered today: https://www.rockvillemd.gov/250/Pet-Licenses

Officers from the Rockville City Police Department were invited to participate in the 4th Annual Montgomery County Police Patrol Services Bureau Tactical Handgun Competition today. We congratulate the RCPD Team on a job well done and thank our friends at MCPD for inviting us to compete with them.

Detective Weiss is back with another "Be in the know, stay informed and one step ahead of scammers" tip on fraud prevention. This week's topic - before you buy it or hire it- do your research! Click below to learn more.

The City of Rockville will perform maintenance on its telephone system, from 9:30-10 tonight. During this time, city facilities, including the Rockville City Police Department’s non-emergency line, may be briefly unable to receive incoming phone calls. Callers unable to reach the non-emergency line at 240-314-8900 may try 301-294-6445 or 301-294-6446, or the Montgomery County Police Department’s non-emergency number at 301-279-8000. As always, dial 911 in an emergency.

Know before you go! Tomorrow is Halloween and we'd like to remind you of some important tips to have a safe and fun trick-or-treat night. Click on the video below to learn more. #happyhalloweeneve

Drive thru and drop off tomorrow! The fall National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is tomorrow, Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Rockville City Police Station parking lot at 2 West Montgomery Ave. The Montgomery County (MD) Sheriff's Office is teaming up with us to make it quick and convenient, officers will be outside with easy drive-up and drop-off access, so there is no need to leave your vehicle.This is a safe, free and anonymous way to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs. Illicit drugs, liquids, needles, sharps or syringes cannot be accepted, only pills or patches. The DEA will destroy medications.

The Office of National Capital Region Coordination, which coordinates homeland security activities in the National Capital Region, has issued the following steps to take if you encounter a suspicious package: Leave the package where it is. Clear the immediate area and call 911. Isolate anyone exposed to the package. If you have handled the package, immediately wash your hands. Direct others away from the area. Shut off air ventilation systems. Document package locations and other pertinent information to provide to first responders. For more safety tips, visit www.ready.gov/explosions.

See something suspicious, say something! A suspicious person, a package, a situation that just doesn't feel right, maybe even something posted online referencing to threats - don't be afraid to TELL US!! Call 911 or contact the our 24 hour/7 days a week communications center non-emergency police number at 240-314-8900. Your eyes and ears assist us in keeping the community safe. #seesomethingsaysomething

Crime Alert - On Saturday, October 20, 2018 shortly after 1:00 p.m. Rockville City Police officers responded to the 2200 block of Rockland Avenue for a report of a shooting. Officers were able to determine two adult males were walking on Rockland Avenue in the area of Brooke Drive. A small black unknown vehicle pulled over and began communicating with one of the adult males. The adult male got into the backseat of the vehicle and left the area. A few moments later the vehicle returned to the same location, a gunshot was heard by several witnesses, and the adult male exited the vehicle limping across the road. RCPD officers responded and provided first aid to the victim, who was transported to a local trauma center with non-life-threatening injuries. Officers believe all parties in this situation are known to each other, and do not feel this was a random act of violence. If anyone has information about this incident, you are encouraged to contact the Rockville City Police Criminal Investigations Unit at 240-314-8938. Callers may choose to remain anonymous.

Drive thru and drop off this Saturday! The fall National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will be held this Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Rockville City Police Station parking lot at 2 West Montgomery Ave. To make it quick and convenient, officers will be outside with easy drive-up and drop-off access, so there is no need to leave your vehicle.This is a safe, free and anonymous way to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs. Illicit drugs, liquids, needles, sharps or syringes cannot be accepted, only pills or patches. The DEA will destroy medications.

Be in the know, stay informed and one step ahead of scammers. Click on the video below to learn important tips so you won't fall victim to fraud and scams.

The application process for entry level Police Officer I candidates is now open and will close November 9, 2018. Click on the link below to learn more about the process, eligibility requirements and the recruitment testing schedule.

CONGRATULATIONS! The Rockville City Police Department and Chief Brito extends our congratulations to Michael Frisk who was promoted to the rank of Sergeant yesterday afternoon during a special promotion ceremony. We congratulate him on this great achievement.

Mark your calendars and don't forget to bring us your unwanted drugs!! The fall National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Rockville City Police Station parking lot at 2 West Montgomery Ave. To make it quick and convenient, officers will be outside with easy drive-up and drop-off access, so there is no need to leave your vehicle.This is a safe, free and anonymous way to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs. Illicit drugs, liquids, needles, sharps or syringes cannot be accepted, only pills or patches. The DEA will destroy medications.

RCPD ROCKS PINK! Wondering why there's so much pink at the police station lately? The Rockville City Police Department is marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October with pink badge patches and mourning bands for officers and rocking pink polo shirts and lanyards for our civilian employees.The Mayor and Council will be proclaiming October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Rockville at tonight's meeting and members of RCPD will accept the proclamation. Early detection is key and regular mammograms and self-checks are imperative!! #rcpdrockspink #breastcancerawareness #rockthepinkselfies

Special thank you to everyone who came out last Saturday for our RCPD Community Open House event. We welcomed close to 1,000 people throughout the afternoon. It was great seeing and meeting so many new faces.

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Krispy Kreme in Fallsgrove Village Center for National Coffee with a Cop Day (and doughnuts too!). We enjoyed meeting and chatting with all of you.

The Rockville City Police Department is pleased to announce the promotion of Officer Daniel Morozewicz to the rank of Corporal effective September 24, 2018. Congrats Corporal Morozewicz on this great achievement.

Come join members of the Rockville City Police Department as we celebrate National Coffee with a Cop Day this Wednesday, October 3 at the Krispy Kreme in Fallsgrove Village Center from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. We hope to see you there for some coffee talk and doughnuts too.

It's going to be a great day to come out and meet McGruff and enjoy some fall fun at our Community Open House event today from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Moonbounces, food, police vehicle and equipment displays, K9 demonstrations, music, facepainting and more! We hope to see there!

Come join us this Saturday, September 29 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for our community open house featuring vehicle and equipment displays, K-9 demonstrations, a moon bounce, face painting, a DJ, pumpkin decorating, food, information booths, a visit by McGruff the Crime Dog, and the opportunity to meet city police officers. Officers will offer guided tours of the RCPD’s home in the old post office building at 2 W. Montgomery Ave. Free parking will be available in the parking garage at 77 S. Washington St., adjacent to the police station, and just two blocks away at City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave. We hope to see you Saturday!!

Do you know this suspect? During the late evening to early morning hours of September 12-13 several theft from automobiles were reported on Devon Court in the Rockshire community. If you know this person, please contact the RCPD Criminal Investigations Unit at 240-314-8938. Always remember to lock your doors.

The Rockville City Police Department extends our congratulations to the Department's newest Police Officer, Peyton Boyd, who was officially sworn in and welcomed Monday evening by Mayor Newton and Chief Brito. Welcome Officer Boyd!

CONGRATULATIONS! The Rockville City Police Department and Chief Brito extends our congratulations to Edgar Vallejo who was promoted to the rank of Sergeant this afternoon during a special promotion ceremony. We congratulate him on this great achievement.

Come one, come all! We want you to meet Chief Brito and the officers and administrative staff of the Rockville City Police Department during our Community Open House event on Saturday, September 29, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Click on the video link below for complete details. We hope to see you then!