The Rogers Police department recommends local residents and businesses become active in crime prevention. The following information will provide some resources for becoming active in Rogers and to develop a relationship with the Rogers Police Department.
Residents can view the Crime Mapping electronic map as often as they wish, to see where, and what types of offenses that the Rogers Police Department has responded to. These maps are updated each day.
The title boxes on the map indicate calls for service. "T" calls are thefts for example. The location of each box-is the physical location of where the offense took place. Residents can decide which calls for service they are interested in seeing, or they can select and view every call for service. They also have the ability to see just very recent calls, or go back over an extended period of time to see calls for any specified period.
Rogers Police Crime Reduction Coalition for the Business Community:
The Rogers Police Department AP/LP coalition is a collaborative partnership between the Rogers Police Department and local businesses to further communication, share information, and work jointly in developing solutions for problems that affect business and the community.
A monthly newsletter will be published for dissemination to local businesses via email listserv. Newsletter information will address current crime trends, crime prevention information, and resource information concerning crime.
If you are interested in coalition participation, please contact Captain Mike Miller.
There's a free mobile tool available to provide a place electronically to store photos and vital information about your child so that is available whenever you need it. The application stores pictures, provides physical identifiers such as weight and height so it can be quickly shown to a police officer.
Visit the FBI website, http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2011/august/child_080511, for more information.
Remember to talk to your child about safety at an early age. Children should know the following:
Halloween is an evening of fun, costumes and candy. To make sure this spooky night is a safe one, parents and children should follow these safety rules.
Eating the treats
Parents and kids can avoid trick-or-treat troubles by organizing a Halloween costume party with treats, games, contests, music, scary stories and much more. Make your Halloween party the place to be!
Preparing ghost and goblins for their trick and treats
Make sure your kids dress up safely
Contact the Rogers Police Department at 763-428-3450 for more information.
The Rogers Police department recommends local residents and businesses to become active in crime prevention. The following information will provide some resources for becoming active in Rogers and to develop a relations with the Rogers Police Department.
A home inventory is a detailed list of your personal property or assets located in your home. It should include property that you have stored elsewhere, perhaps in a garage or storage shed.
Read more: Home Inventory
Night to Unite will be held in Rogers on August 6, 2013. Night to Unite is exactly the same as National Night Out. Night to Unite, however, is a Minnesota based program that supports Minnesota communities and businesses. Night to Unite will celebrate and strengthen our neighborhoods and develop community partnerships.
For more information pertaining to Night to Unite or how to get involved, contact the Rogers Police Department at 763-428-3450.Data Disclaimer