Welcome to Roswell Police Department
Thursday, February 11 2016 @ 12:00 PM MST
Login

In the Community and Other Activities

Participants in a Protective Service Detail class run by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers’ Artesia facility were in Roswell Nov. 7, 2015, for a training exercise that included a stop at the police department.
Views 626
RPD Officer Lisa Brackeen spoke to students at the Roswell Job Corps Center about career opportunities in law enforcement and the wide variety of situations police officers encounter (Nov. 12, 2014).
Views 578
A tour of the Roswell police station for local Cub Scouts included learning about fingerprints (Oct. 29, 2014).
Views 467
Cub Scouts fingerprinted each other as part of a tour of the police station. The fingerprinting experience helped complete achievement badge requirements for the scouts (Oct. 29, 2014).
Views 412
Cub Scouts get a look at some of the equipment used at the RPD during a tour of the station (Oct. 29, 2014).
Views 409
The Romanian delegate speaks at the police station during a reception for the International Law Enforcement Academy session (Sept. 24, 2014).
Views 424
A Serbian delegate presents a gift to RPD Chief Phil Smith at a reception for the International Law Enforcement Academy session (Sept. 24, 2014).
Views 468
Sierra Middle School students take a tour of the Roswell Police Department (Sept. 16, 2014).
Views 504
Mayor Dennis Kintigh and members of the Roswell police and fire departments raise the flag at Generations of Learning during the school's "Grandparents and Heroes Day." (Sept. 5, 2014)
Views 512
Children climb into a police car during "Grandparents and Heroes Day" at Generations of Learning (Sept. 5, 2014).
Views 581
Children get an up-close look at a police car during "Grandparents and Heroes Day" at Generations of Learning (Sept. 5, 2014).
Views 477
National Night Out 2013
Views 1151
Page 5 of 6
Jump to:  
Album ID: 3 
Sort By  


MOST WANTED

ROSWELL'S MOST WANTED

INFORMATION IS IMPORTANT

Do you have information that could help solve a crime?

If so, please call RPD at (575) 624-6770 or Chaves County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-594-TIPS(8477). Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and could become eligible for a reward if the information leads to an arrest and/or conviction.