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Welcome to The Rogers Police Department.  Established in 1881, this department currently employs 100 uniformed officers and 37 civilian employees to serve a city of approximately 55,000 citizens.  For those citizens the Rogers Police serve several functions: to protect and serve the public, enforce the laws, monitor traffic, educate the public, investigate crimes and operate the 9-1-1 Communications Center.

"The mission of the Rogers Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Rogers by working cooperatively with all the people of our community to enforce the law, preserve the peace, reduce the fear of crime, and provide for a safe environment."

The Rogers Police Department is always accepting applications for all positions, but may not have a position open at the time of application. Your application will be kept on file for six months for consideration if a position becomes available  more

Verification of Lost / Stolen Property Online Form

Civil Service Examination Certified List 2014-02-06

Procedure to Register Comments
with the Rogers Police Department

Procure Registrar sus Comentarios
con el Departamento de Policía de Rogers


Benton County Sheriff's Office Sex Offenders Database

CALEA Accreditation

On November 20, 2013, the Rogers Police Department was awarded its second consecutive accreditation award in Law Enforcement by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Following a comprehensive on-site assessment, the department was found to be in compliance with all standards required by CALEA.

The Rogers Police Department has been a CALEA accredited agency since 2010 and is proud to be the first public safety department in the City to be accredited. It is also proud to be numbered among the top 4% of all law enforcement agencies in the country to receive the accreditation award.

To achieve and retain accreditation, each operational component of the department must comply with stringent CALEA standards throughout the accreditation period. Accreditation is a voluntary process that formalizes operational and management procedures and creates both transparency and accountability of operations.

Rogers Police Dept.

James H. Allen
Rogers Police Chief

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1905 S. Dixieland  - Google It!
Rogers, Arkansas 72758
Offices 479
Non-Emergency 479-636-4141

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