Operations Division

The Operations Division was established in 2022.  Four specialized units fall under the command of the Operations Division. That includes the Community Relations Unit, Narcotics Task Force, K-9 Unit and the Strategic Enforcement Team.

Community Relation Officers (CROs) assigned to the Community Relations Unit work closely with community to build on the relationships developed between the police and the citizens. This includes providing the community with basic and advanced crime prevention information, conducting crime security assessments, self-defense training, civilian response to active shooter training, attending community events and more. 

Investigators assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration Narcotics Task Force and the Fort Bend County Narcotics Task Force are also assigned to the Operations Division.   These Investigators work daily targeting the possession and trafficking of illegal narcotics within the city and greater Houston Metro area.

Officers assigned to the Strategic Enforcement Team (SET) were selected based on their reputation regarding proactive investigations and decision making.  SET Officers utilize marked and unmarked means of enforcement to target the criminal element operating in the City of Rosenberg. SET Officers initiate investigations and work those investigations until completion, including conducting interviews and interrogation and obtaining warrants for arrest. 


The Operations Division is staffed with a total of 12 employees including the following: 

  • 1 Lieutenant
  • 1 Sergeant
  • 3 Community Relations Officers
  • 4 Strategic Enforcement Team Officers
  • 3 Narcotics Task Force Officers 
  • 1 K-9 Officer

S.W.A.T.  (Special Weapons and Tactics)

The Rosenberg Police Department has officers assigned to the West Fort Bend County Regional SWAT Team. Officers with this assignment are responsible for handling high threat search warrants, barricaded subjects, and hostage rescue situations. Each team member is provided specialized weapons, ballistic gear, and extensive amounts of additional training. The SWAT Team is under the command of the Operations Lieutenant.