Rogers Police Department

  • Agency: Rogers Police Department
  • Address: 2 West Mesquite Avenue, Rogers, 76569 TX
  • Chief: Robert Wireman (Chief of Police)
Phone: 254.642.3312
Fax: 254.642.3102
Email:

Rogers Police Department is located at 2 West Mesquite Avenue, Rogers, 76569 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Wireman. The Rogers Police Department phone number is 254.642.3312.

Rogers Police Department News

The Rogers Police Association, would like to thank Daniel Carlson for helping to remove some Christmas trash that was dumped on the side of N. Alvin Ailey today.

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As a citizen of the City of Rogers, do you think that a problem such as human trafficking could occur in our town?

As the citizens of the City of Rogers, which form of law enforcement activity is of highest importance to you?

As the citizens of the City of Rogers, which form of law enforcement activity is of highest importance to you?

The Rogers Police Association was created to maintain trust and transparency with the citizens of Rogers,TX and the Rogers Police Department. Information posted here is all public information to assist with maintaining a positive relationship between the public and the department.

It looks like Santa has made it to Rogers,TX

The District Attorney's Office told the Rogers Police Department to take evidence from a felony case to the Department of Public Safety Laboratory as soon as possible. An appointment was set for today. There was an officer on duty, however he was taking evidence to the lab.

By orders of the Mayor the post(s) regarding the election complaint have been removed from the Rogers Police Department Facebook. Information regarding the post can be obtained through an open records request through City Hall.

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Chief Wireman has a friend whose father would dress as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve and walk around the house so the children could see him. If we can get a list of residents and he can find a Santa Claus costume, Chief Wireman will walk around your house Christmas Eve so your children can see Santa Claus.

The Rogers Police Department extends its sincere condolences to the Texas Department of Public Safety and to the family of Trooper Thomas Nipper, who passed away yesterday in Temple, Texas. Trooper Nipper will always be remembered as a selfless man, a dedicated law enforcement officer, and a loving husband and father. Our thoughts and prayers are also extended to our law enforcement family, as we all mourn the loss of Trooper Nipper. We thank Trooper Nipper for his service and dedication of 35 years to law enforcement. He will be missed dearly. Rest easy our brother in blue.

This is shared from our friends over at the Ellis County Sheriff's Office.

Sec. 545.104. SIGNALING TURNS; USE OF TURN SIGNALS. (a) An operator shall use the signal authorized by Section 545.106 to indicate an intention to turn, change lanes, or start from a parked position. (b) An operator intending to turn a vehicle right or left shall signal continuously for not less than the last 100 feet of movement of the vehicle before the turn. (c) An operator may not light the signals on only one side of the vehicle on a parked or disabled vehicle or use the signals as a courtesy or "do pass" signal to the operator of another vehicle approaching from the rear. Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 165, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1995.

The Rogers Police Department would like to announce and congratulate K9 Officer Powell's promotion to the rank of Sergeant. Sergeant Powell was promoted this evening. Thank you Sergeant Powell for your dedication and commitment to the City of Rogers! We look forward to many more years or your service to our community.

The Rogers Police Department is considering hosting a monthly movie night for our community kids. This monthly event would be great for parents to have a date night, allow parents to catch up on errands, homework or simply have a small break away from the kiddos. We plan to only show age and content appropriate animated movies for the kids, and allow them to bring their own snacks. This would be an indoor activity, with Police Officer presence, and children would be signed in and out. We would like to see how many people would be interested in participating prior to scheduling our first movie night event. Please let us know what you think! If you have any questions, please message us.