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.

As the first school bell rings, Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) officials are urging motorists to be ready to stop for school buses and be watchful for children exiting school buses and crossing streets.

Last year in Minnesota, there were 615 bus crashes that resulted in one death (no children) and 214 injuries (of which 75 were student bus occupants). In the last five years, crashes involving school buses resulted in 21 traffic deaths of which four were school bus student occupants and three were children who were outside a bus and hit by other vehicles.

Read more: Buses, Pedestrians Serve as Back-to-School Safety Test for Motorists

Tailgating, unsafe passing, running lights and weaving in and out of traffic are typical traits of aggressive
drivers that can turn roads deadly. The Department of Public Safety (DPS) and Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) are providing tips for motorists when confronted by an aggressive driver following a statewide July speed enforcement campaign.

Read more: Tips for Dealing with Aggressive Drivers

false-alarm-07-912The Rogers Police Department has been experiencing a high level of false alarm responses this summer.  Businesses and homeowners should be reminded that the City of Rogers does have a false alarm ordinance which assesses a fee to the property owner for false alarms.  

Read more: False Alarms

Rogers Police has received notices of multiple thefts of copper wire from area businesses and outside light poles. Please notify 911 if you see suspicious activity near any transformer, electric junction box or electrical panel.

The Rogers Police Department is requesting all residents and businesses to make certain that their street address is clearly visible, either on their mailbox or on the house or business itself.  Please call Rogers Police at 763-428-3450 with any questions.

On October 26, 2011, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office arrested a 27-year-old man of Plymouth, MN during a narcotics investigation in Rogers.

Sheriff's Office investigators executed a search warrant at Piecemakers, a store in the 21000 block of South Diamond Lake Road in Rogers. They found approximately 400 containers of what is suspected to be synthetic marijuana. Investigators arrested a 27-year-old man who was working as the cashier at the store. He was booked into the Hennepin County Jail on probable cause narcotics. The case is being reviewed for possible charges.

Read more: Arrest in Synthetic Drug Case

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