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Chris Rogers

Pima Regional Bomb Squad Supervisor

Pima County

HQ Phone:  (520) 351-4600

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Pima County

1750 E. Benson Highway

Tucson, Arizona,85714

United States

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Pima County Junior Soccer League (PCJSL) is made up of its member clubs and there is a club for every player. We have 12 clubs serving Southern Arizona through PCJSL: We offer beginning soccer for the little ones (some of our clubs will take a 3 year old who d...more

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www.azstarnet.com

Chris Rogers, chairman of the 400-member Pima County Deputy Sheriff's Association, agreed. The people who hurt police officers are typically repeat offenders with violent pasts but LaWall's office doesn't take the cases seriously, Rogers said. "We've been told repeatedly that they don't have jury appeal," Rogers said. Lopez and Rogers both declined to provide case numbers or officers' names; Rogers said deputies fear retribution if they speak out on the topic. Rogers said his organization likes Roach's idea that there should be a concerted effort to pursue the 10 percent of the criminals who commit 90 percent of the crimes. Law enforcement agencies have long recognized the need to identify and target repeat offenders and yet LaWall hasn't, Rogers said. Rogers said that as a sergeant in the Sheriff's Department, he has participated in special enforcement projects that targeted repeat offenders, only to see LaWall's prosecutors treat the suspects like any other suspect, Rogers said. LaWall said law enforcement officers in Pima County know they can always try to change her prosecutors' minds about filing charges, particularly if they have additional information. If they don't get satisfaction, they can also go up the chain of command, LaWall said. "If I've got prosecutors who are turning down valid cases, then I want to know about it," LaWall said. However, LaWall said voters should look at her statistics before deciding whether her office has been lax since she took charge.


www.azcops.org

Chairman Chris RogersPima County Deputy Sheriff's Association Questions can be directed to Chairman Christopher Rogers chairman@pcdsa.com


www.pimasheriff.com [cached]

If you have any requests or questions, please contact Sergeant Chris Rogers or Deputy Brian Boll.


www.whidbeynewstimes.com

North Whidbey resident Christopher Rogers appears in Island County Superior Court Wednesday with an attorney. The sheriff department
North Whidbey resident Christopher Rogers appears in Island County Superior Court Wednesday with an attorney. The sheriff department's SWAT team arrested him after he allegedly threatened to burn down his house. The suspect, Christopher Rogers, appeared in Island County Superior Court Wednesday afternoon. The judge found there was probable cause to hold him in jail on suspicion of felony harassment and attempted arson; he set bail at $50,000. After reading the police report in court, Rogers loudly told his attorney that it wasn't accurate and that he had willingly come out of the house as soon as he realize the deputies were there. The man said that Rogers had developed mental problems and was becoming increasingly paranoid and angry. Rogers had become upset the day before and brought home two five-gallon cans of kerosene. He allegedly told his younger brother that he was "planned on burning down the home down with possibly his father in it," according to a report by Lt. Rogers flew into another rage Tuesday, precipitating the 911 call. In addition to the kerosene, Rogers had an AK-47 rifle and two semi-automatic pistols in the house. He had installed many security cameras around the property and could monitor them from inside the house. In court, Senior Deputy Prosector Eric Ohme said Rogers was taken to the hospital for a mental evaluation, but was discharged because he wouldn't submit to a blood test.


www.jacksonsun.com

Wheat, who joined the Benton County Sheriff's Department in September 2002, filed the lawsuit against King, Benton County Chief Deputy Chris Rogers, the sheriff's department and Benton County."We haven't seen nothing yet," Rogers said.In the lawsuit, Wheat claims that King and Rogers made comments that women did not belong in law enforcement and were not suited to be employed at the sheriff's department.Wheat also claims that King and Rogers accused her of engaging in sexual relationships with several male deputies and that they denied her the proper equipment and certifications while providing them to the male deputies.Wheat eventually filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, but the lawsuit claims King and Rogers continued to harass her and discriminate against her."Such acts include: failing to provide Ms. Wheat with backup during an investigation of a complaint of burglary, thus endangering the life of Ms. Wheat," the lawsuit said, "thwarting Ms. Wheat's efforts to obtain other employment and encouraging other deputies to provide false information during the investigation of Ms. Wheat's complaints and promising promotions to those deputies who provide such false information."Donahoe said the lawsuit does not request that King or Rogers be fired because "that would be up to the county and the people of Benton County.


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