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
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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.

Rogers Police Department News

On October 14, 2018 around 8:50 pm, the subject in the attached photograph is suspected of shoplifting over $75 worth of merchandise from the Neighborhood Market located at 1819 S 8th Street in Rogers, AR. If you recognize the subject in the picture please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Cpl. Templin. This case is documented under CR 2018-7026.

On October 29, 2018 around 3:10 pm, the subject in the attached photograph is suspected of shoplifting over $275 worth of merchandise from Walmart located at 4208 S Pleasant Crossing in Rogers, AR. The subject fled in a silver 4d passenger car with Texas tags. If you recognize this person or have any information regarding this investigation, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Officer Davis. This case is documented under CR 2018-7229.

On October 10, 2018 around 7:20 pm, the subject in the attached pictured is suspected of theft of property at Harps Grocery located at 715 N 2nd Street. The subject was seen reaching across a counter and taking an employee's cell phone while the employee was distracted. The subject was last seen leaving the parking lot in a red passenger car. If you know the identity of this person please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Cpl. King. This case is documented under CR 2018-6747.

On October 2, 2018, around 2 pm, the male subject wearing the maroon shirt is suspected of fraudulently using a lost/stolen credit card to purchase items at the Neighborhood Market located at 5000 W Pauline Whitaker Pkwy in Rogers, AR, if you know the identity of the person or have any information regarding this investigation, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn detective Scott. This case is documented under CR 20186619.

**Update: He has been identified.** On October 23, 2018 around 1:40 pm, the subject in the attached photograph is suspected of shoplifting several pieces of jewelry and clothes from Kohl's located at 301 N 46th Street in Rogers, AR. The subject fled the scene when he was confronted by store employees. If you know the identity of this person, or have any information regarding this investigation, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Cpl. Templin. This case is documented under CR 2018-7064.

AR Drug Take Back Saturday, October 27, 2018 10 am-2 pm You can drop off your unused/expired medications in the Drug Drop Off box located in the lobby of the Rogers Police Department. The drop off box is available 24/7-365. You can drop them off anytime. There are multiple drop off locations throughout the county. To find a location near you go to: https://www.artakeback.org/take-back/collection-sites/

October is Substance Abuse Awareness Month

Daily Call Sheet October 17, 2018 calls for service- 138 case reports- 20 911 hang up- 4 adult abuse- 1 alarm- 4 animal complaint- 2 b/e- 1 criminal mischief- 1 criminal trespass- 1 disturbance- 1 domestic disturbance- 1 found property- 2 harassment- 1 identity theft- 1 lost/stolen property- 2 narcotics investigation- 2 shoplifting- 2 suspicious person/event- 5 theft- 4 violation protection order- 2 warrant- 7 traffic stops- 25 citations- 2 accidents- 5

Daily Call Sheet October 16, 2018 calls for service- 123 case reports- 21 alarm- 3 animal complaint- 3 assault- 2 battery- 1 criminal mischief- 1 disturbance- 2 domestic disturbance- 2 forgery- 2 found property- 1 harassment- 1 narcotics investigation- 2 noise complaint- 1 person with a weapon- 1 reckless driver- 1 shoplifting- 1 suspicious person/event- 6 terroristic threatening- 1 theft- 2 warrant- 5 traffic stop- 36 citations- 3 accidents- 3

**NOTICE OF TESTING** The Rogers Police Department will be holding an examination for entry-level police officer on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at the Rogers Police Department Training Room, located at 1905 South Dixieland Road. Your completed employment application AND Officer Testing Application must be received no later than Monday, November 5, 2018 by 4:00 pm at the Rogers Police Department to be eligible to take the test. If you fail to return both the employment application AND the Officer Testing Application by the Monday, November 5, deadline, you will NOT be allowed to test. Complete a Testing Application and Police Officer Application http://rogersar.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=98&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=POLICE-Police-Officer-143 For more information regarding the testing and hiring procedure check out our web page at http://rogersar.gov/1002/Testing-Process. Starting base pay is $35,860.48/year. In addition, applicants can earn extra pay incentives for education, experience, and language skills. 3% increase above base for Associate Degree 6% increase above base for Bachelor’s Degree 7% increase above base for Master’s Degree 5% increase above base for language skills deemed to have a positive impact on our ability to communicate with the minority community .6% increase above base for every year of prior law enforcement experience (Ex. 5 years experience 5 X .6 = 3.0% increase) We will hold an orientation prior to testing at the police department so applicants may familiarize themselves with the physical agility component of the test. The date of the orientation will be announced at a later date. If you have any questions about the information, call Sergeant Anthony Christiano or Officer Mike Caudill in the Training Office, or Executive Secretary Becky Johnson at the Rogers Police Department.

Daily Call Sheet October 11, 2018 calls for service- 126 case reports- 18 911 hang up- 1 alarm- 5 animal complaint- 3 b/e- 2 criminal trespass- 1 disturbance- 3 found property- 1 harassment- 1 indecent exposure- 1 lost/stolen property- 2 parking violation- 1 reckless driving- 1 shoplifting- 1 suspicious person/event- 10 terroristic threat- 1 theft- 4 warrant- 7 traffic stops- 21 citations- 4 accidents- 13

Wave those wands and say "Colloportus!" - #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 (This one goes out to all you going to the AMP this weekend to watch Harry Potter)

Do the #9PMROUTINE and avoid the Cone of Shame -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

FYI- Speed Enforcement At residents request, we have been conducting speed enforcement on Pleasant Grove Road between Bellview Elementary and 45th Street. The speed limit through that area is 25 mph. Please slow down.

Daily Call Sheet October 9, 2018 calls for service- 153 case reports- 18 911 hang up- 4 alarm- 3 animal complaint- 2 burglary- 1 disturbance- 1 harassment- 2 identity theft- 1 narcotics investigation- 1 noise complaint- 2 reckless driver- 2 seized contraband- 1 suspicious person/event- 6 terroristic threat- 1 theft- 3 unauthorized use of vehicle- 1 violation of protection order- 1 warrant - 8 traffic stops- 27 citations- 2 accidents- 9

Do the #9PMROUTINE and avoid Mayhem -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

Great night talking about crime prevention. The Scouts of Troop 2144 want to remind you do the #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