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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.

First Responder Awards

Steve Sarazon Award

The I-94 West Chamber of Commerce presented First Responders Awards on May 19, 2014.
Two Rogers Police and one Rogers Firefighter were honored in recognition of exceptional response in an emergency situation:

  • Jeffrey Beahen, Chief of Police, Rogers Police Department
  • Stephen Sarazin, Sergeant Rogers Police Department
  • Roger Sabot, Firefighter/EMT, Rogers Fire Department

Parents Not Giving A Boost

2013-booster-seatBooster seats are the law in Minnesota, yet crash data reveals many parents are not using the safety seats that help seat belts fit children correctly and safely, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety.

In Minnesota it is the law for children to ride in a booster seat upon outgrowing a forward-facing harnessed restraint. It is safest children ride in a booster until they are 4'9" tall, or at least age 8.A 2011 DPS observational survey of booster seats use revealed only 64 percent of parents/ caregivers place children in booster seats.  The survey also showed that if the driver was not belted, then only 27 percent of the children were in a booster. 

Read more: Parents Not Giving A Boost

Contact Police

21860 Industrial Court
Rogers, MN 55374
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday

Phone Numbers

Emergency Phone Line - 911

& After Hours - 952-258-5321

Office - 763-428-3450
Fax - 763-428-1900

Crime Mapping

Residents can view the crime mapping electronic map to see where and what types of offenses that the Rogers Police Department has responded to.  The maps are updated daily.