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.
During the week of April 5th, 2015 a concrete park trash receptacle was damaged in Fox Creek West Park. The replacement cost is $400-$500. The damage occurred sometime between Monday and Friday when it was discovered. The Rogers Police are asking for anyone with information concerning this vandalism contact the Police Department at 763-428-3450.
The Rogers High School accepted the NOYS (National Organization for Youth Safety) Seatbelt Challenge In October of 2014. The Rogers High School Student Council and the Rogers Police Department teamed up to successfully increase seatbelt use amongst students and staff of the Rogers High School. The Rogers High School Student Council met and began the seatbelt campaign on October 22, 2014 an unannounced seatbelt check was done in the morning as staff and students entered the parking lot of the Rogers High School.
Read more: Rogers High School Wins National Seat Belt Challenge
The Rogers Police Department is warning the public about a utility scam that is targeting Rogers residents. Over the last couple years criminals have attempted to get money by deploying this scam to Rogers residents and businesses. Victims in these cases have received phone calls from individuals posing as utility company employees. The caller states that the victim has failed to pay utility bills and has an outstanding balance, threatening to shut off the utility services if a payment is not made immediately. Scammers will attempt to get your bank routing and account numbers. Do not provide any information to callers.
Read more: Utility Scams