|Commander Robert Rogers
Robert L. Rogers II, who has been with the department since 1997, was raised in an Air Force family that settled in the Sherwood area. Graduating from Sherwood High School in 1985, he followed a family tradition of service by entering the U.S. Army—serving six years in locations along the East coast and in Europe. In 1991, Rogers left the service to become a police officer in Arkansas and returned to Oregon to begin work as a Tigard Police Officer in 1997. Rogers was promoted to sergeant in 2000 and lieutenant in 2006. In 2009 Rogers was promoted to captain and has served as the division commander for both the operations and services divisions. He is a resident of the City of Sherwood, where his wife and children all remain active in the community. Rogers holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from Saint Leo University in Florida and is a 2010 graduate of the FBI National Academy. He is a board member and past president of the Oregon Executive Development Institute. Rogers is an active member of the Oregon & International Associations of Chiefs of Police and the Oregon Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates.
|Commander Jamey McDonald
Commander McDonald is a life-long Oregonian who enjoys spending as much time outside as possible. After spending several years working in private business he was hired by the Tigard Police Department in 2001 as a patrol officer. He has held various assignments within the department including school resource officer, firearms instructor, field training officer, patrol sergeant, commercial crimes unit supervisor and patrol lieutenant. Commander McDonald is also a founding member of the Tigard Police Honor Guard. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography and Regional Planning. Commander McDonald currently manages the Operations Division which includes Patrol, K-9, Transit Police and Traffic.
|Lt. Mike Eskew
Lt. Mike Eskew began his law enforcement career after enlisting in the Marine Corps as a member of the military police. He was hired by Tigard as a patrol officer in 1997 and has held various assignments within the department including school resource officer, firearms instructor and also coordinates the Tigard Police Honor Guard. Lt. Eskew currently manages the Services Division of the Criminal Investigative Unit.
|Lt. Brad Sitton
Lt. Brad Sitton is a 13 year veteran with the US Army, and followed as an IT Network Engineer for 12 years. In 2003, he was hired by Tigard Police as a patrol officer. Lt. Sitton has held various assignments within the department including: field training officer; motor officer; firearms instructor and patrol sergeant. Lt. Sitton currently manages the day shift patrol division.
|Lt. David Frisendahl
Lt. David Frisendahl has been a police officer with the Tigard Police Department for over twenty years. During that time he has served as a field training officer, a special investigations unit investigator, motor officer and instructor in the areas of defensive tactics, vehicle stops and confrontational simulation. As a supervisor Lt. Frisendahl has served as a sergeant in patrol and in the traffic safety unit. As a lieutenant, he has worked in patrol and is currently assigned to the services division.
|Lt. Neil Charlton
Lieutenant Charlton served nine years in the United States Coast Guard before leaving the service to call Oregon his home. Charlton was hired in 1999 as a Tigard Police Officer. During his tenure, Charlton has performed as a detective and school resource officer as well as a long-term assignment as a department driving instructor. In 2007, Charlton was promoted to Patrol Sergeant and later assigned to supervise the Criminal Investigations Unit in 2009; simultaneously sharing the duties of supervising the Washington County Major Crimes Team. In 2014 Charlton was assigned to supervisory duties with the Transit Police, a multiagency task force policing the Tri-Met transportation system in the Portland Metropolitan area. In 2016, Charlton was promoted to Lieutenant and manages numerous departmental programs such as K-9, Transit Police and Emergency Vehicle Operations. Charlton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration and is a graduate of both the Oregon Executive Development Institute and the International Public Safety Leadership and Ethics Institute.