Rogers Police Department

  • Agency: Rogers Police Department
  • Address: 1905 S. Dixieland, Rogers, 72758 AR
  • Chief: Stephen Helms (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-636-4141479-621-1172

Rogers Police Department is located at 1905 S. Dixieland, Rogers, 72758 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Stephen Helms. The Rogers Police Department phone number is 479-636-4141479-621-1172.

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Here is the certified eligibility list from today's entry level testing. Congratulations to everyone who made the certified list.

Good information about a phone scam going around. Also, if someone asks you to make a payment to iTunes Support/IRS/Electric Company/anyone else using an iTunes gift card or any gift card it is probably a scam. Don't fall for it.

For our more mature followers, have you checked out the Rogers Wellness Center? For Rogers residents ages 50+

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See what the Library staff recommends... This makes me wonder, what would you recommend? I like sci-fi, so for some fun summer reading I would say read Orson Scott Card's Ender series. Start with Ender's Game, then read the Ender's Shadow series. Fantastic books. Not sure what anyone else at the PD would say. That might be an interesting question....humm?

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**UPDATE- he has been identified ** On June 9, 2018, around 9:50 pm, the subject in the photo is suspected of shoplifting from Walmart located at 2110 W Walnut Street in Rogers, AR. The subject fled on foot when Asset Protection and officers attempted to detain him. If you know the identity of the subject, or have any information regarding this investigation, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 469-636-4141, attn Officer Cookinham. This case is documented under CR 2018-3695.

FOUND PROPERTY This bag was located in the 1600 block of S 26th Street after a series of B/E in the neighborhood. We would love to reunite the bag with its owner. If you know who the bag belongs to- and they can identify the contents of the bag- please have them contact the Rogers Police Department. This case is documented under CR 2018-3846.

Rogers Police Department SEX OFFENDER NOTIFICATION BULLETIN Date of Issue: June 12, 2018 The Rogers Police Department is releasing the following information pursuant to section 13 of Act 989 of 1997, The Sex and Child Offender Registration and the Community Notification Guidelines promulgated by the Commission on Abuse. Act 989 authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public of a sex offender’s release, when the release of such information will enhance public safety and protection. The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of an offense that requires registration with the Arkansas Crime Information Center. The offender has advised the Police Department that he/she will be residing at the following address in Rogers: Homeless, Rogers, AR THE OFFENDER IS NOT WANTED BY THE POLICE AT THIS TIME. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public. The Rogers Police Department has no legal authority to direct where a sex offender lives. Unless court ordered restrictions exist, the offender is constitutionally free to live wherever he/she chooses. SEX AND CHILD OFFENDER FACT SHEET: Offender’s Risk Level: 3 Offender’s Name: Dennis Wayne Smith DOB: 6-4-87 Offender’s Physical Description: Hgt. 5’6” Wgt. 172 Race: W Gender: M Eyes: Brown Hair: Brown Employer / School: Don’s Cold Storage Description of the offense for which the offender was convicted, or legal basis for the offender’s confinement: This offender was convicted of two counts of Indecency with a Minor. The offense involved two females 7-9 years old. Sex offenders have always lived in our communities, but it wasn’t until the passage of the Sex and Child Offender Registration Act, that law enforcement even knew where they were living. In many cases, law enforcement is now able to share that information with the public. Citizen abuse of this information to threaten, intimidate, or harass a registered sex offender will not be tolerated. Further, such abuse could potentially end law enforcement’s ability to conduct community notifications on these offenders. We believe that the only person who benefits if the community notification ends is the sex offender, since many of these offenders derive their power from the opportunity that secrecy provides them. Rogers Police Department Phone: (479) 636-4141 1905 S. Dixieland Rd. CID: (479) 621-1129 Rogers, AR 72758 FAX: (479) 621-1178

** both subjects have been found ** Run Away / Missing Juveniles The Rogers Police Department is attempting to locate runaway/ missing juvenile: Walker Michael, age 17, of Rogers, AR. Walker is a white male, 6'3" and approximately 140#, with blue eyes and brown hair. Walker was last seen on 5-13-2018. Walker may be in the company or another runaway/ missing juvenile out of Wichita, KS: James Jackson, age 16, of Wichita, KS. James is a black male, 5'10" and approximately 180#, with brown eyes and black hair. Both Walker Michael and James Jackson have been spotted in the Rogers area and are believed to be in possession of a handgun. If you know the location of either runaway/ missing person, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Detective Taylor. Walker Michael is documented under Incident #: 2018-20461.

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On Tuesday, June 5th, at approximately 12:45 am, the Rogers Police Department responded to the Boar’s Nest at 4404 West Walnut Street for a reported disturbance. After investigating the scene, the responding officers cited four adult males for Disorderly Conduct as they had been identified as being involved in the altercation. All four were released at the scene. The Rogers Police Department continued to follow-up on the investigation throughout the week, interviewing witnesses and trying to locate video footage. During the investigation it was alleged that one of the combatants was making derogatory remarks as to the sexual orientation of one of the others involved in the altercation. As the State of Arkansas has no statute covering crimes of this nature, commonly referred to as hate crimes, there is no mechanism at the State level for officers or prosecutors to consider additional charges or enhancements. Such statutes do exist at the Federal level. On Friday, June 8th, the Rogers Police Department contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for assistance with this investigation, specifically to review the case for violation of any of the Federal hate crime statutes. As this is an ongoing investigation, reports are not available for release at this time.

Follow up on a case we worked.

Did you know? 19% of teens report having been bullied either in person, online, by text, or by phone. Half of bullied teens say they were bullied multiple ways. Would you recognize cyberbullying if you saw it? Here are some examples: • Recurring cruel comments on social media sites like Facebook and • Embarrassing images posted to Instagram and forwarded via cellphone. •Threatening or harassing texts received at all hours of the day and night. Signs your child may be a victim of cyberbullying: • Avoids the computer, cell phone, and other technological devices or appears stressed when receiving an e-mail, instant message, or text. • Withdraws from family and friends or acts reluctant to attend school or social events • Avoids conversations about computer use • Exhibits signs of low self-esteem including depression and/or fear • Has declining grades • Has poor eating or sleeping habits Start a discussion with your child. Use these discussion starters to get an Internet safety conversation going with your children. Ask them: • Have you ever been upset with someone online? How did you deal with it? • Has someone ever sent you a mean message online? How did it make you feel? • If you knew someone was being cyberbullied, what would you do? • Do you know where to report cyberbullying on the website and apps you use? Who would you talk to at school? From website (

#9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds (I wish I had thought of this one. Thanks to Jacksonville SO for this.)

BATTLE OF THE BADGES The American Red Cross will be having a Battle of the Badges blood drive at the Rogers Police Department on Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 12:00 pm-5:00 pm. This is a competition between the Rogers Police Department and Rogers Fire Department to see whose supporters donate the most blood. Be sure to schedule an appointment if you wish to donate blood. There are still plenty of open spots available. Come out and help us beat the RFD!

#9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

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