HWY 101 and County Road 144 Reconstruction

HWY 101 and County Road 144 Reconstruction

The purpose of this project is to Improve traffic safety and operations at intersections, by improving traffic flow, and minimize congestion on Highway 101. A...

Fire Fighter Recruitment

Fire Fighter Recruitment

The Rogers Fire Department is currently accepting applications for paid-on-call firefighters to establish a hiring eligibility list. Rogers Fire responds to over 500 Fire/EMS calls...

Playground Program

Playground Program

Join us for some fun at the park this Summer!  Get your kids outside and engaged in supervised crafts and physical activities with Rogers Parks...

Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

Team up to give blood and save more lives with Memorial Blood Centers' Battle of the Badges event challenges. Fire and Police departments from across...

  • HWY 101 and County Road 144 Reconstruction

    HWY 101 and County...

  • Fire Fighter Recruitment

    Fire Fighter Recruitment

  • Playground Program

    Playground Program

  • Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

    Battle of the Badges...

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Filing a Police Report

If you are reporting a crime that occurred in the City of Rogers you can do so 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are reporting a crime that occurred in a location outside of the City of Rogers, you will need to contact that location's law enforcement agency.

If you live outside the City of Rogers but wish to report a crime that occurred in the City of Rogers, you must file a report in person at the Rogers Police Department.

Obtaining a Police Report

To obtain a copy of a police report, you must come in person, to the Rogers Police Department and complete a data disclosure form and provide a Rogers Police Department case number.  The data disclosure form will be sent to the Chief of Police for review. The Chief of Police has 10 days to provide you with the report.

If you are seeking a report for a criminal case the report will only be released by the prosecuting attorney.

Reporting a Vehicle Crash

In the event of a vehicle crash, you will need to contact the police department if an injury is involved or if there is public property damaged in the crash. Police do not need to be contacted for minor property damage crashes. However, if you feel that an officer's presence is desirable, please call 911 and explain the situation to the dispatcher.

It is required that you file a report with the State of Minnesota if the total damage between both vehicles exceeds $1,000, or if someone is injured. These report forms are available at any police department and from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Web site.