Chief beahenAbout Chief Beahen

The Rogers Police Department is commanded by Chief Jeffrey Beahen. He has over 35 years of law enforcement experience, including with the City of Anoka, City of Elk River & the MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

Chief Beahen leads his staff to serve their community in an ethical, professional manner – providing the highest level of police services possible. Officers hired possess traits of being credible, able to positively influence others, display compassion, understanding & patience, but most of all integrity.

Police Department Mission

The Rogers Police Department, in partnership with our community, provides impartial, ethical, & professional law enforcement service.
We promise to maintain the trust & confidence of our citizens while working to improve their quality of life.

Address and Office Hours                  Contact Us

21860 Industrial Court
Rogers, MN 55374
8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday - Friday


Emergency Phone line:  911
Non Emergency and after hours:  952-258-5321
Office:  763-428-3450
Fax:  763-428-1900

Reported Phone Scams

Rogers residents have been reporting IRS phone scams on nearly a daily basis to the Rogers Police Department.  The IRS reports that these phone scams are on their “Dirty Dozen” list of Tax Scams for 2015.  Visit the IRS "Dirty Dozen" list to  find out how to report a scam attempt, what to do if you are a victim and how to protect yourself.

A Successful Battle of the Badges Competition

Thank you to the Rogers Community for another successful Battle of the Badges competition!

For the second year in a row the Rogers Police and Fire Department was the overall winner for the Battle of the Badgets Blood Drive.  Rogers contributed 76 total units from the departments and our Rogers community.  Your ongoing support and dedication to the mission of saving lives is greatly appreciated.

Read more: A Successful Battle of the Badges Competition

2015 Night to Unite

We are thankful for the impressive turn out for the 6th annual Night to Unite! There were 26 registered events visited by Rogers Police representatives. This community involvement demonstrates a commitment to partner with your community and the police, taking steps to keep your neighborhoods safe. Being aware & observant is an important aspect of crime prevention. It’s great to know you’re looking out for your neighbors and their property!


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