Police Department Mission

The Rogers Police Department, in partnership with our community, provides impartial, ethical, and professional law enforcement service. 

We promise to maintain the trust and confidence of our citizens while working to improve their quality of life.

This is a remarkable report that provides a great deal of in-sight as to how burglars think, act, and their methods of gaining access to homes and businesses. This is a great tool for minimizing your potential for becoming a victim of burglary. 

Download the report

Traffic crashes are a leading killer of Minnesota teens.  A major reason is that teens are the most inexperienced drivers on the road. They're more likely to take risks, be distracted by teen passengers and not wear their seat belts as much as other motorists and passengers.

New Requirements in the Graduated Driver Licensing Law

  • Starting January 1, 2015, there are new requirements to get a provisional license if the teen is under 18. Teens must provide a supervised driving log when taking their driving test that's signed by a parent. The log must verify they drove under the supervision of an adult licensed driver for a minimum of 50 hours, of which 15 hours were at night.
  • The practice requirement drops to 40 hours, of which 15 hours were at night, if parents attend a parent awareness class and submit their certificate of completion for the parent class at their teens' road test.
  • We encourage parents to practice with their kids well beyond the new minimum requirements of the law to ensure they're prepared to drive in the many driving and weather conditions they will eventually experience on their own.

Read more: Changes to Graduated Driver Licensing Law for Teens on 1/1/2015

Rogers Police wants to remind you to be safe during this holiday season.  Below are some helpful resources that the Rogers police recommends visiting:

Mt. Pleasant Police offers some general tips for the holiday season at: posted a helpful article for winter driving safety at:

Great Day Houston video shows an interview with Executive Director of Crime Stoppers of Houston, Rania Makarious and Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland.  Visit:

Rogers Police and Fire Departments, earned top honors for the first time, with 77 registered donors for the Battle of the Badges blood drive. The department joined the competition in 2012. Thanks to the Rogers community for such a great turn out!

Minnesota Crime Prevention Association (MCPA) is a resource for Crime Prevention.  The monthly newsletters offer information to keep the public aware of crime, including crime prevention techniques to utilize.

The June 2014 Newsletter addresses vacation preparation and tips to avoid being victimized, at home and at your destination, while on vacation.

Steve Sarazon Award

The I-94 West Chamber of Commerce presented First Responders Awards on May 19, 2014.
Two Rogers Police and one Rogers Firefighter were honored in recognition of exceptional response in an emergency situation:

  • Jeffrey Beahen, Chief of Police, Rogers Police Department
  • Stephen Sarazin, Sergeant Rogers Police Department
  • Roger Sabot, Firefighter/EMT, Rogers Fire Department

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