Rosenberg Sergeant Receives National Exchange Club Award

sergeant-rogersSergeant Rogers was one of fourteen police officers from the Houston area recognized during the 50th Annual Crime Prevention Luncheon on April 9. Sergeant Rogers was awarded the Badge of Honor by the National Exchange Club for his strong work ethic, dedication and desire to better the City of Rosenberg in his Relentless Pursuit of Police Excellence.

Sergeant Rogers has ten plus years with the City of Rosenberg with six years as a Patrol Sergeant. He was recently promoted to Administration Sergeant where he will focus on training, recruiting and hiring.

Sergeant Rogers was recognized for several projects and assignments that he has led and overseen which have been very successful for the Rosenberg Police Department and the City of Rosenberg.

Sergeant Rogers created a wrecker policy/ordinance that has changed the monitoring of wrecker services in the best interest of the Rosenberg Police Department and City of Rosenberg. Sergeant Rogers has overseen the wrecker policy/ordinance making sure wrecker services are in compliance and following set guidelines while cultivating a professional relationship with the wrecker services. Sergeant Rogers furthers this project by completing yearly inspections for the wrecker vehicles and storage lots.

Sergeant Rogers has also taken on the challenge of directing and overseeing the Citizens Police Academy. Sergeant Rogers leads the Citizens Police Academy with a positive attitude and new vision for its future growth.

Sergeant. Rogers has also been the police department liaison for the recently implemented Houston-Galveston Area Council DWI Task Force. Sergeant Rogers is responsible for tracking the grant budget, assigning officers to work the DWI task force, and tracking all activities taken by the officers assigned to the DWI task force.

Sergeant Rogers is also the representative for the Department of Justice Ballistic Vest Reimbursement Program. Sergeant Rogers regularly submits the requests for reimbursement to the Department of Justice when the City of Rosenberg purchases a new ballistic vest. Sergeant Rogers completes the paperwork required for the City of Rosenberg to maintain a position in the grant yearly.

Sergeant Rogers maintains patrol unit assignments, patrol units maintenance, and is the director of accident review boards and the follow-up paperwork for the police department.

Sergeant Rogers has taken on all of his assignments with great passion and commitment. Sergeant Rogers never settles for the status-quo in his relentless pursuit of police excellence. Sergeant Rogers’ teamwork, leadership skills and passion for the job have made him a valuable asset within the Rosenberg Police Department and the City of Rosenberg.

Congratulations Sergeant Rogers.