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Child Identification Program
The Rockville City Police Department believes crime prevention is for kids too. This program allows parents to keep identification records for their children. The records are placed on a form provided by the police department which has an area for information such as fingerprints, current photograph, and a growth chart.

With the increasing number of crimes being committed on juveniles, this is a valuable resource parents can take advantage of. The program is provided at local community events, during station tours, at civic groups, and upon request at the police station.

Officer Friendly's Safety Talk
The Community Services Officer is frequently invited to speak to various groups about personal and home safety. In the past, groups have included the Boy and Girl Scouts of America, elders, school children of all ages, and civic groups.

Bob Rapport
Acting Chief of Police

2 W. Montgomery Ave.
Rockville, MD 20850

Ph: 240-314-8900