Officer Leonard, Corporal Schwartz, Sergeant Bragg, and Chief Marass pose for a picture after completing a 100 mile bike ride.
Officer Harris and Chief Marass practice clearing a building with a ballistic shield during a departmental training.
While the state mandates that all officers in Illinois must qualify at least once a year with their firearms, Rochester officers qualify at least 4 times a year.
Officers visit a local daycare and let the children tour the inside of a squad car.
Chief Marass directs traffic immediately following the fireworks display at the Village’s Sparks in the Park celebration.
Chief Marass and Sergeant Bragg display the department’s new dress uniform.
Officer Cordes utilizes his in-car computer while on a traffic stop.
Officer Leonard fingerprints a child for a child identification card.
Officer Leonard works security at a basketball game.
Chief Marass administers the 1.5 mile run portion of the POWER test to Officer Stoll.
Rochester officers train within our community’s schools at least twice yearly to keep officers familiar with the facilities.
In 2004 Chief Marass decided to change the design of Rochester’s squad cars. The new design, custom made for the Rochester Police Department, is designed to make the cars more visible to the public.
Officer Cordes practices striking techniques during a departmental training.
Officer Harris displays one of the department’s Tasers.
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