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Christopher A. Rogers

Pima Regional Bomb Squad Supervisor

Pima County

HQ Phone:  (520) 351-4600

Direct Phone: (520) ***-****direct phone

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Pima County

1650 E. Benson Hwy Suite C

Tucson, Arizona, 85714

United States

Company Description

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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Sheriff's Department


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Benton County Daily Record

Chief Deputy


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Pima County Sheriff's Department :: May 2014 Field Release

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


http://www.azstarnet.com/metro/262250

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.


http://www.azstarnet.com/sn/related/221714.php

Christopher Rogers Write to Rogers at christopher.rogers@sheriff.pima.gov.


http://www.kgun9.com/events/fugitives/miller.htm

Pima County Sheriff's Deputy Chris Rogers and members of the Fugitive Strike Team almost nabbed Miller on Friday.


Northwest Explorer

Pima County Deputy Sheriff Chris Rogers, one of several deputies responding to the call, approached the car and began to question a bleary-eyed Kollmann.When he couldn't provide any ID, Rogers asked him to step out of the car.Rogers, fearing for his life, fired twice into the car, hitting Kollmann once in the neck.Five months after his arrest, Kollmann sent two rambling letters from the Pima County Jail to the Sheriff's Department charging that Harvey and Rogers used excessive force and violated his civil rights.A few weeks later, Kollmann filed an excessive force complaint against Pima County, Chris Rogers and Joe Harvey.Dec. 1999: Petty burglar and felon Michael Kollmann shot by Deputy Chris Rogers who believed Kollmann was about to crush him against a gas pump island with his car.Rogers.He files a civil lawsuit against Pima County, Deps.Rogers and Harvey for excessive force.Harvey and Rogers.


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