retired as a deputy chief with the West Orange Police Department after completing in excess of 31 years of service. Promoted to deputy chief in 2004, he served as the agency’s executive officer when the agency attained national accreditation status from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), as well as during the agency’s successful, subsequent reaccreditation.
Deputy Chief Rogers (Ret.) oversaw the day to day operations of the West Orange Police Department and spent considerable time serving as the acting Chief of Police. He had a significant role in developing and managing of the agency’s annual budget as well as serving as the presiding officer over the agency’s COMPSTAT process. He also oversaw the selection, development and promulgation of the agency’s annual goals and objectives.
Deputy Chief Rogers (Ret.) has extensive experience in analyzing agency operations and developing plans for improving organizational efficiency. He has conducted numerous, complex analytical studies in all aspects of agency processes including, management practices, alternative work schedules, record management systems, operational procedures and personnel development.
During his career, he served the police department in several important capacities including, Patrol Division Commander, Criminal Investigation Division Commander, Internal Affairs Bureau Commander, Shift Commander, Communication Center Commander, Patrol Supervisor and Domestic Violence Coordinator.
Tim has a Bachelor’s Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is a Certified Public Manager. Other significant police training includes West Point Command and Leadership, Rutgers Police Institute Leadership and Strategic Planning Course, FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS), Homicide Investigation, and Hostage Negotiation.
Tim has also been a member of the Rockaway Borough Board of Education since 2009 and was Board President in 2011 – 2012.
To contact Tim Rogers, please call our office at (732) 279-6657.