“The sole purpose of the Police Department is to provide services and safety to the residents of this town and to all who pass through it.” - Marshal Paul Hoffman
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Marshal Paul Hoffman, 25 Years Experience
Paul graduated from Heritage High School in Monroeville then graduated from Vincennes University. He started his career with the IN Dept of Corrections working with juveniles for 17 years. He then joined Rome City's police force as a Reserve officer in 1994. Upon successfully graduating from Marshal school in 1997, he was hired as a part-time officer. In 2010 Paul was hired as full-time Deputy and in 2020 he became the Marshal of Rome City. Paul and his wife Renisea and family have lived in Town of Rome City for 10 years.
Deputy Dustin Fike
Dustin attended East Noble High School. He started with Waterloo Police Department as a Reserve officer for 3 years before coming to Rome City as a Reserve officer for 10 years. In 2020, Dustin accepted the position as Deputy Marshal.
Dustin and his family reside in Kendallville.
COVID positive test at town hall
Due to COVID positive case at town hall, All police related issues please contact Noble County Sheriff's Department 260-636-2182 for assistance and 911 for emergency.
Contact Police Department
Non-emergency: (260) 854-3113
Email: Marshal Hoffman: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Police Force Members
Marshal Paul Hoffman
Deputy Dustin Fike
The Town of Rome City has 3 Part-time Deputies:
Chris Bateman, Ryan Castle & and Kevin Brower; 2 Reserve Officers: Daniel Rinehart and John Kelly.
All police related issues please contact Noble County Sheriff's Department 260-636-2182 for assistance until further notice, due to COVID case at town hall; and call 911 for emergency.
Social distancing in effect due to Coronavirus Pandemic.
Golf carts are allowed on streets. Rome City is a golf cart-friendly community.
UTV’S, ATV’S, AND SIDE BY SIDE OFF ROAD VEHICLES ARE NOT ALLOWED ON TOWN STREETS. THIS IS A VIOLATION OF INDIANA CODE.
FIREARM & GUN PERMIT
Notice - Application to obtain an Indiana handgun permit can only be done electronically from a computer with internet access. See application information. Make an appointment with RC Police Department: (260) 854-3113.
Download: HOW TO APPLY FOR HANDGUN PERMIT
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