- Faculty Member, Police & Security Studies Program
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Deputy Chief Fredinal “Fred” Rogers was appointed as a United States Capitol Police (USCP) Officer in January 1992 and progressed through each rank and different work assignments to include Operational Services Bureau for specialized law enforcement responses; Training Services Bureau to provide training for the entire department; and Uniformed Services Bureau for over 1,100 sworn and civilian personnel providing security screening, building patrol, and law enforcement response to the Congressional community. Deputy Chief Rogers retired from the USCP in 2018.
Chief Rogers is currently the Director of Campus Security at Georgetown University Law Center where he oversees the Department of Public Safety and leads the Law Center’s security and law enforcement related activities.
Chief Rogers is a member of the Law Enforcement Executive Development Association, Police Executive Research Forum and he served as a Past President of the FBI National Academy Associates, DC Chapter.
- Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Management, John Hopkins University
- Master’s Degree in Leadership, Georgetown University
Graduate of Command Level Courses of Study including:
- Anti-Defamation League: Advanced Training School
- FBI National Academy Session 232
- The FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar Session 69
- The Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police
- The Naval Postgraduate School Executive Leaders Program
- FBI National Executive Institute
- Law Enforcement Executive Development Association Trilogy Award
CPS 2104: Leading Teams