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.
The Rogers Police recently took a report of a vacation rental scam. The "vacation home" for rent was found on an internet site. After contacting the alleged property owner, arrangements were made to send a security deposit to hold the rental. Ultimately there was no vacation home to rent and the victim was out the deposit.
Read more: Vacation Rental Scam
Booster 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
You are entitled to a number of rights and services as a victim of a crime. The following rights and services are available for all victims.
Read more: Resources for Crime Victims
The Department of Homeland Security recently partnered with the Houston Police Department to create a video that clearly defines the options a person has when confronted when a citizen is confronted with an Active Shooter at their place of employment. The intent of this video was to share it with workplaces across America. The Rogers Police Department encourages businesses to share this video with all their employees-it may very well save their lives.
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 aggressivedrivers 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
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21860 Industrial Court, Rogers, MN 553748:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
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