About 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.
The Police Department is located at 21860 Industrial Court. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm.
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 952-258-5321
Call 911 for emergencies
Rogers Police are reminding drivers to watch for children and school buses throughout the day. Kids will be walking, biking and crossing the streets to get onto the bus. Take extra precaution while kids are the area; give busses space to work and stop while the lights are flashing. Parents please remind your children to be safe and smart while on their way to school; to watch for traffic and make sure vehicles see them before entering the roadway. Police will be out watching for safety concerns and violations around bus stop locations.
Be Safe and have a great school year!
Rogers Police Department is offering an open invitation for those who would like to start a Neighborhood Watch for their part of the neighborhood. It’s a simple program where officers would stay in touch with group leaders once a month. Officers would provide relatable information to your group leader about what is occurring in their part of the neighborhood. The group leader would then forward that information to their fellow neighbors.
Read more: Rogers Neighborhood Watch
The Rogers Police Department encourages residents to visit www.CrimeReports.com. Rogers crime data is updated daily for you to see where and what types of incidents the Rogers Police Department has responded to.
Read more: Crime Mapping