Police Department


Beahen, Jeffrey Agency Administrator, Chief Law Enforcement Officer
Zerwas, Joseph Law Enforcement Officer
Peterson, Jared Law Enforcement Officer
Neumann, Blake Law Enforcement Officer
Wegner, Brandon Law Enforcement Officer, Sergeant
Bateman, Corbin Law Enforcement Officer
Bohlsen, Darren Law Enforcement Officer, Sergeant
Rose, Daniel Law Enforcement Officer
Foster, Jason Law Enforcement Officer
Madson, Jeffrey Law Enforcement Officer
Koroll, Kris Law Enforcement Officer
Franzen, Ryan Law Enforcement Officer
Sarazin, Steve Law Enforcement Officer, Sergeant
Wilbur, Shawn Law Enforcement Officer
Beck, Jeff Law Enforcement Officer, SRO
Blasko, Scott Community Services Officer
 Zachman, Nick  Law Enforcement Officer
Block, Jana Law Enforcement Records Management, Notary Public
Breseman, Kathy Law Enforcement Records Management, Notary Public
Extra Patrol Requests:  
Fingerprinting: Scott Blasko, CSO
Police Department Tours: Mike Miller, Captain
Public Speaking and Demonstrations: Jeff Beahen, Chief
Speed Trailer / Traffic Surveys: Scott Blasko, CSO


Rogers residents will see a new Police Station being remodeled and opened for operation during 2014.  In 2013, the City purchased an existing industrial property/building on Industrial Court in Rogers with plans to renovate the building to become the new home of the Rogers Police Department.  The City’s current Police Station has been identified as needing replacement for many years and is the most deficient departmental building owned by the City in terms size, condition and functionality.  Numerous building issues make the current facility untenable for future use as a Police Station.

New Police BuildingBuying an existing building as opposed to building a new footprint will allow the City to save several million dollars, with the range depending upon the alternatives being compared (adding on to the Fire Station or a new building altogether, etc.).   The total estimated cost of the project – including the initial purchase of the building, renovation and technology/equipment costs – is approximately $3.4-$3.5 million.  The interior remodel of the future Police Station is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2014 and will accommodate the expected growth of the City over the next 20-30 years.


Prior to the annexation of Hassan, City Code essentially did not allow hunting anywhere in the City. With Hassan having more rural and undeveloped areas, it became apparent that changes to the ordinance needed to occur. The Planning Commission and City Council approved an ordinance that allows hunting to occur in the city-when certain circumstances are met. The ordinance in general states that:

  • A person may hunt or allow others to hunt, on land they own which is undeveloped and is not platted or adjacent platted, urban developments.
  • On all other land within the City-hunting is prohibited.
  • However – the Chief of Police may approve hunting on property in areas where hunting is typically prohibited when there is evidence that the hunt can be done safely, the person hunting has received permission to hunt from the landowner in writing, and they apply for and receive a hunting permit from the Police Department.
  • The permit may and often will, limit the game being hunting, and the weapons being used.
  • Rifles can't be used for any hunting anywhere in the City regardless of whether the hunting is being done in a non-permitted or permitted area.


Please review the Hunting Ordinance and zoning map before submitting a Hunting Permit. Fill out and return the Hunting Permit to the Rogers Police Department.

Vision Statement

Our Community to public service begins by promoting a shared sense of community and responsibility through citizen education and participation.

  • To protect the lives of our citizens and visitors
  • Enhance customer service
  • Maximize efficiency and productivity
  • Provide for personal and professional growth of our employees

Policing Values

The Rogers Police Department has adopted the following statements of its values:

  • The protection of the citizens of Rogers is our primary goal, vigorously and courageously pursuing those who commit crimes and prey on others.
  • Promise to maintain the highest levels of integrity, honesty, loyalty, and professionalism in all of our staff.
  • Ensuring that we are responsive to the needs of the community and the prevention of crime shall always be the hallmark of our organization.
  • Provide courteous police service with respect for the rights and dignity of all the people we serve.
  • Involve the community in all policing activities that directly affect the quality of our community life.
  • Structure police service in a manner as to reinforce the strengths of our city's neighborhoods.
  • Encourage public input regarding the development of policies that directly affect the quality of neighborhood life.
  • Manage our resources efficiently and effectively.
  • Seek the input of employees into matters that affect job satisfaction and effectiveness.
  • Remain committed to a shared and open relationship of involvement with all segments of our community.

Hennepin County adopted a countywide curfew ordinance in 1994 in response to a significant increase in juvenile crime and victimization. Many juvenile crimes occur during curfew hours. The county-wide curfew ordinance standardizes curfew regulation throughout Hennepin County. Curfews apply to anyone under age 18, at any public place, including streets, common areas of schools, hospitals, apartment houses, office buildings, transport facilities and shops. Of course, parents always can set tighter curfews and regulations for their children.

Curfew hours are staggered, depending on age and day of the week:

Juveniles under age 12, curfew times are:

  • 9 PM to 5 AM – Sunday through Thursday
  • 10 PM to 5 AM – Friday and Saturday

Juveniles between the ages of 12 and 14:

  • 10 PM to 5 AM – Sunday through Thursday
  • 11 PM to 5 AM – Friday or Saturday

Juveniles 15 to 17:

  • 11 PM to 5 Am – Sunday through Thursday
  • 12:01 AM to 5 AM – Saturday or Sunday

The Rogers Police Department has a notification system with the purpose of enhancing communcation between the Rogers Police Department and our community and business members.

This email notification system will provide community members with crime alerts, police news, and other information that the police department would like disseminated to the community.   The information that we plan to broadcast will be accurate, timely, and of community interest.  

Go to the E-mail notification page to subscribe to this service.  You will be able to also sign up for additional lists and you can unsubscribe anytime you wish.

Any information that you provide to the Rogers Police Department for the purpose of this email notification system will be considered nonpublic information and will not be released pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, 13.02, subdivision 9.

If you need more information about this notification system or have questions or concerns, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 763-428-3450.