Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about the Rosenberg Police Department (RPD). RPD is a professional department serving a rapidly growing community. Our employees are dedicated to the highest levels of integrity, professionalism, excellence and pledge to enhance the quality of life for the citizens and community we serve. The 103 employees that makeup the Rosenberg Police Department are determined to provide exceptional police services to our community. We are committed to hiring goal oriented public safety professionals that are determined to remain resilient in the mission of public safety. This is accomplished through various community outreach programs and maintaining a true desire for public service. Integrity, honor, courage and respect are the pillars for which the Rosenberg Police Department stands.
- Jonathan White
Chief of Police
Rosenberg is located in central Fort Bend County, one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. Our employees stay active, answering and responding to more than 64,000 calls for service a year. The jurisdiction of the Rosenberg Police Department covers a total area of 37.2 square miles and the estimated population of Rosenberg is now more than 38,000. The Rosenberg ETJ covers a total of 70.8 square miles with 51% of the ETJ still being undeveloped. The future of Rosenberg is primed for growth! Please navigate our page to learn more about the men and women of RPD and be sure to follow us on all major social media platforms for up to date information.
View our 2021 yearly report
RPD takes pride in recruiting and hiring the most elite Officers and personnel. We're always looking for individuals to serve our community as Officers, Dispatchers and Jailers. View our Careers section to learn more!
RPD is known for utilizing social media and other forms of technology to connect with it's community about events and incidents in the City of Rosenberg. Connect with us and follow RPD today!
THE CHIEF'S REPORT
Every month the Chief of Police provides a report to City Council which contains statistics regarding crime data and information about incidents in the City of Rosenberg. View the reports which are now online.
The City of Rosenberg has had two in the line of duty deaths in it's history. Learn more about the City's fallen officers and visit the Officer Down Memorial Page to learn more about fallen officers nationwide.
GET PAID FOR WHAT YOU KNOW!
Get paid for what you know! Submit an anonymous tip online. If that tip leads to an arrest, you could receive a cash reward up to $5,000! You must call Crime Stoppers prior to calling Law Enforcement to be eligible for rewards. Click above for information.
If you are unable to hear or speak in an emergency, you can now send a text message to 911 for help. Click here to learn more about the program. As always, 911 should only be used for emergencies.