Former Supervisor of the Northern California Foreign Export and Recovery Unit to Joins LoJack’s Law Enforcement Liaison Team

  • August 22, 2016
  • jaleman

Ron RogersToday, LoJack announced the newest member to its Law Enforcement Liaison team, former California Highway Patrol Sergeant Ron Rogers. Covering the San Jose/San Francisco Bay area, Ron will provide added support and expertise in the auto theft space to San Francisco Bay regional law enforcement agencies utilizing the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery Network.

“Ron has been in law enforcement for close to 30 years and in that time, has been a part of countless successful auto theft investigations utilizing LoJack in Northern California,” said Patrick Clancy, VP of LoJack Law Enforcement. “His background, training skills, and specialized experience will help lead the way for LoJack to expand its technology and relationships in the San Francisco Bay area.”

Rogers’ law enforcement career began in the City of Livermore, CA in 1980, where he served as a uniformed patrol officer. Shortly after, he joined the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and worked as a patrol officer in posts throughout California until 1996. For the next nine years, he was assigned to the Investigative Services Unit with the Golden Gate Division of the CHP, while also serving as a member of the Alameda County Regional Auto Theft Task Force. After his promotion to Sergeant in 2005, he began supervising the Northern California Foreign Export and Recovery Team (also known as FEAR), which specialized in recovering stolen vehicles that were taken for the purpose of export from the US. In this role, Rogers worked closely with US Customs and Border Protection agents, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and regional auto theft task forces. He returned to the Alameda County Regional Auto Theft Task Force in 2009 as a supervisor in a role he held until his retirement.

As part of LoJack’s Law Enforcement Liaison team, Ron will provide expertise to area law enforcement agencies who are leveraging the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System. He’ll also be in charge of professional training and serve as an advisor to law enforcement agencies throughout the San Francisco Bay area.

Interested in learning more about our team of Law Enforcement Liaisons? Visit: http://www.lojack.com/For-Law-Enforcement.