Forensic Consultant 2001-Present
Assistant Administrator – (Retired) – Laboratory Services Bureau
Phoenix Police Department
35 Years of Service
Latent Print Specialist – Phoenix Police Department
Identification Technician – FBI – Washington, D.C
Responsible for the Quality Assurance Program of the: collection, preservation, comparison, and courtroom presentation of physical evidence.
Arizona Department of Public Safety AzAFIS (AFIS) Site Manager
B.S. – Northern Arizona University
With over 40 years’ experience in the field of fingerprint identification Frank Rodgers is an internationally recognized fingerprint expert and leading crime scene examiner.
With his extensive experience and expertise in forensic science, Mr. Rodgers is a highly sought-after fingerprint witness, and his testimony has been instrumental in securing numerous convictions in court.
He has worked on a wide range of case including high-profile crimes, homicides, sexual assaults, and robberies.
“I have known Frank Rodgers both as colleague and fellow fingerprint examiner for close on 20 years. In that time I have always found him to be efficient, honest, industrious and a Fingerprint examiner of the highest integrity and probity and a man that will always produce good results. He is an excellent expert court witness. His fees are moderate and value for money can always be ensured. He has a long background within the law enforcement field, specialising for most of that time in forensic sciences. I would have no hesitation whatsoever recommending him.”
“Frank Rogers is an extremely qualified latent print examiner. He has experience with the FBI, and years of experience with the City of Phoenix Police Department Laboratory Services Bureau.
I worked with Frank while he was the supervisor of the Latent Print Comparison/Latent Print Processing/Crime Scene Response sections of the laboratory, and eventually an assistant laboratory administrator.
Frank was always a pleasure to work with, and is on my short list of referrals when a customer comes to me with questions or needs expertise in latent print evidence.”