Welcome to the Rogers 911 Center. Our
911 handles radio traffic for Police, Fire and EMS
Units, and all incoming 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls
for the residents and visitors to the City of Rogers
The center is staffed by one communications coordinator,
three supervisors and 18 dispatchers. Dispatch is an
integral part of emergency services for the city. Our
dispatch center has state-of-the-art equipment and is
operated by a minimum of three dispatchers per shift.
workstation actively uses multiple monitors, computers a
radio console, 911 telephones and administrative
telephones. We monitor seven different radio
From our center we can monitor all areas of the Police
station that are accessible to the public. We have
upgraded our weather monitoring system that provides
up-to-date 24-hour weather conditions on a 52" screen.
Smart911 is our newest tool. It lets families of
individuals to enter information online that is
displayed to the 9-1-1 dispatcher. The service enables
citizens to be proactive, providing critical data before
an emergency so that the 9-1-1 dispatcher has it during
an emergency. The information is only shared with the
City of Rogers Police, Fire and EMS and only when the
individuals dials 9-1-1. To input your information, go
to Smart 911
The Records Unit is responsible for the storage,
maintenance, and release of Criminal and Accident
reports generated within the department. The main
business hours for the Records Unit is Monday through
Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm; however, some Records Unit
personnel may be available at the police department
after regular business hours. The Police Services
Representatives consist of 3 full time employees and 1
part time, who perform a variety of administrative
responsibilities including processing tickets, answering
phones, taking criminal reports, as well as many other
customer service related duties.
There are 5 full-time Prisoner Transport Officers who
perform some of the duties of the Police Services
Representatives, as well as assisting with the booking
and transporting of prisoners.
The Records Unit Supervisor is responsible for the
direct supervision and overall operation of the Records
Where do I go to pay a fine or
ticket? Rogers District Court - 1901 South
Do you do fingerprints for
employment? Yes, on Wednesday's only from
8am to 7pm, if you live or work in the city limits of
Rogers. If you schedule and appointment, the
process will be much quicker; however, walk-ins are
How can I get a copy of a report?
Accidents are online at
www.policereports.us or you may come to the police
department to make the request.
Does it cost anything to get a
copy of a police report? At the station,
Accident reports are $10.00 and Case reports are $5.00.
Do you provide records checks?
Records checks are processed by our staff upon
request and include only records initiated by Rogers
Where do I pay false alarm fines?
At the front desk of the police department, or you can
mail a check to: Rogers Police Department, 1905
South Dixieland Road, Rogers, AR 72758.
The Rogers District Court issues all warrants and
collects all fines, fees, and costs including traffic
tickets. If you
have any questions or concerns related to these, please
contact the court at (479) 621-1132.
Offices are closed on the following Holidays:
New Years Day January 1st
Presidentís Day 3rd Monday in February
Memorial Day Last Monday in May
Independence Day July 4th
Labor Day 1st Monday in September
Veterans Day November 11th
Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November
Day after Thanksgiving 4th Friday in November
Christmas Eve Day December 24th
Christmas Day December 25th
NOTE: When a holiday falls on a Saturday, it will be
observed on the preceding Friday. When a holiday falls on a
Sunday, it will be observed on the following Monday.
responsibilities of the Evidence/Property Unit are to
receive all incoming property/evidence, to fully
document it, to store it systematically, to preserve its
condition, to maintain it securely, to lawfully release
or dispose of it, and to maintain a complete chain of
custody of the entire process that is sufficiently
accurate and complete to satisfy any court requirements.
Evidence/Property Unit consists of three full time
civilian positions; one supervisor and two Evidence
Evidence/Property Unitís hours of operation are Monday
through Friday 8am to 5pm and is
closed for all federal holidays.
The Rogers Police Department Training Unit is
responsible for the training needs of the entire department,
as well as maintaining the training records for the