Chief Troy Bergstrom    Police Chief Troy Bergstrom has been a Police Officer since 1995 when he joined the San Mateo Police Department, and then moved to the Roseville Police Department in 2000. He holds a Master’s Degree and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from CSU Sacramento. He is a graduate of the 252nd Session of the FBI National Academy, a 10 week executive law enforcement leadership and training program held in Quantico, Virginia. Chief Bergstrom was promoted to Sergeant in 2003, Lieutenant in 2010, Captain in 2016, and Chief of Police in 2021. Through his career, Chief Bergstrom has served in nearly every unit in the Police Department including Patrol, Crime Suppression Unit, K-9 Unit, SWAT and EOD Commander, and Professional Standards and Training. As a Captain he held positions as the Operations Captain overseeing Patrol and Special Operations Units and as Services Captain overseeing all of the Department special assignment teams like Investigations, Social Services Unit, Traffic Unit, and more. 

Chief Bergstrom serves on the Board of Directors for the Roseville Police Athletics League and is a member of several organizations including the FBI National Academy Associates, the California Chiefs of Police Association where he serves as the Region 5 Representative to the Board of Directors, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. In his off time, Chief Bergstrom lives in Roseville with his family and enjoys skiing, traveling, and is a big sports fan.

 Captain Josh Simon   Captain Josh Simon started his law enforcement career with the Woodland Police Department in 1996.  He worked there for ten years as an officer and a detective before joining the Roseville Police Department in 2005. He promoted to the rank of lieutenant in 2015 and to captain in March, 2018. Captain Simon holds a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice from California State University Sacramento and is a graduate of the 271st session of the FBI National Academy.  He currently manages the Services Division, which includes traffic, community services, social services and investigations.
Captain Doug Blake
   Captain Doug Blake has been a Police Officer with the Roseville Police Department since 2003. He was promoted to Lieutenant in 2016 and Captain in 2021. He holds a bachelor's of science degree in criminal justice from American Intercontinental University. Captain Blake has worked assignments in patrol, investigations, the Crime Suppression Unit, the Professional Standards Unit, and has been a use of force instructor and SWAT operator since 2005. Captain Blake oversees the Operations Division which encompasses our patrol teams and special operations teams
Captain Kelby Newton
   Captain Kelby Newton joined the Roseville Police Department in 1997. He’s a proud graduate of Roseville High School (Go Tigers) and attended the Napa Valley College police academy. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal justice from CSU Sacramento and a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from California Coast University. He’s also graduated from the law enforcement Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI). Throughout his tenure, Kelby has held several assignments, including Lieutenant and Sergeant over the investigations unit, leader of the SWAT sniper team, Sergeant of the Vice & Narcotics Enforcement Team (VNET), leader of the peer support team, the EVOC (emergency vehicle operation course) and the field training program. He also supervised the newly developed threat assessment unit and the department’s Business Connect Program, which promotes police-business relationships. Captain Newton currently manages the Support Services Division where he oversees the Professional Standards Unit, Peer Support, Public Affairs, Police Records and Dispatch Center. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and watching his kids sports activities.
Administrator Claudia Harlan   Administrator Claudia Harlan started her career in public safety at the age of 17 as an explorer with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office. While in Ventura, she promoted to a reserve police officer and a public safety dispatcher. In 2000, Claudia moved oversees and worked for the US Department of Defense in a management role overseeing a variety of facilities maintenance projects and their associated budgets. In 2008, Claudia was hired by the Roseville Police Department to supervise the Records Division, Crime Scene Investigations Unit & Property and Evidence Units. In 2010 she promoted to Police Services Manager and is currently assigned to manage the Police and Fire 911 Communications Center and oversees numerous technology projects. Claudia is fluent in Spanish and is a graduate of California State University Sacramento with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. She also has a California teaching credential in public service.

Administrator Harlan serves as the departments Agency California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System Coordinator (ACC), and is a member of several organizations including the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) and the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO). When not working, Claudia enjoys time with her family, traveling, physical fitness & the outdoors
Administrator Katie Braverman     Administrator Katie Braverman started with the Sacramento Police Department in 1999 and joined Roseville Police Department as a police services administrator in 2014. Administrator Braverman has an AA in communication from Sacramento City College, and a BA in organizational management from Ashford University. Administrator Braverman oversees Records Division, Property/Evidence and Crime Scene Investigations Units.
Lieutenant Jefferey Kool    Lieutenant Jeff Kool began his law enforcement career with the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office in 2002 before joining the Roseville Police Department in 2004. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2016.  He holds a bachelor's of science degree in criminal justice from California State University Sacramento. Lieutenant Kool has served as a member of the vice and narcotics enforcement team, SWAT, the rapid containment team, explosive ordinance disposal unit and patrol. He has also been a board member and the department liaison with the Roseville Crime Stoppers Organization for several years. Lieutenant Kool currently assigned to the patrol division, the police technology team and the explosive ordnance disposal unit (bomb squad). He also represents RPD on Placer County's Incident Management Team. In his spare time Lieutenant Kool enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, and traveling.
Lieutenant Scott Blynn    Lieutenant Scott Blynn started his law enforcement career in 2005 with the Sacramento Police Department.  While he served at Sacramento Police Department, he was a DUI Enforcement Officer, POP Officer, School Resource Officer and a Detective.  He joined the Roseville Police Department in 2011 where he served as a SWAT Team Member, Rapid Containment Team Leader, Patrol Sergeant and Professional Standards Unit Sergeant before promoting to the rank of Lieutenant in 2019.  Lieutenant Scott Blynn has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Sacramento State University and a Master’s degree in Emergency Services Administration from CSU Long Beach.  Lieutenant Scott Blynn is assigned to the Services Division where he oversees the Traffic Unit and Social Services Unit. He also oversees the Reserve Program, Police Cadets, Police Explorers, the Recruitment Team and the Department Awards Committee.  In his spare time he enjoys riding motorcycles, running, traveling and spending time with his family.
Lieutenant Jeff Beigh    Lieutenant Jeff Beigh started his career in Public Safety in 2001, where he worked as a Paramedic and served numerous communities throughout Sacramento, CA and Minneapolis, MN regions.  In 2006, he was hired with the Roseville Police Department and served as a Sergeant in the Social Services Unit before promoting to Lieutenant in 2020.  Lieutenant Beigh is currently assigned as Patrol Watch Commander and oversees the Special Operations Unit, which includes the Roseville-Rocklin Regional SWAT Team, the Roseville-Rocklin regional Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit, and the Rapid Containment Team. Additionally, Lieutenant Beigh manages our Field Training Program, Procedural Justice Program, Tactical First Aid Program, and is on the City’s Emergency Management Team. Lieutenant Beigh holds a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Services Management, and a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership.  In his spare time, Lieutenant Beigh enjoys traveling with his family.
Lieutenant Courtney Scurria    Lieutenant Courtney Scurria started her law enforcement career in 2008 with the Roseville Police Department.  In her tenure here she has served as a Youth Services Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Honor Guard Sergeant, and Professional Standards Unit Sergeant.  She received promotion to the rank of Lieutenant in 2021.  Lieutenant Scurria earned both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Sacramento State University.  Lieutenant Scurria is currently assigned to the Operations Division, overseeing two patrol teams; she also supervises the Recruitment Team, Honor Guard Team, and Crisis Negotiations Team (CNT).
Lieutenant Chris Ciampa    Lieutenant Chris Ciampa worked in Corporate America for several years prior to beginning his law enforcement career in 2008 with the Sacramento Police Department, where he served as a patrol officer and a member of the Gang Task Force and the Crime Suppression Unit in South Sacramento. He joined the Roseville Police Department in 2012.  With Roseville, Lt. Ciampa has served as a Rapid Containment Team Member, Motor Officer, Patrol Sergeant, UAS Team Sergeant and Technology Team Sergeant, and Motor Sergeant prior to promoting to Lieutenant in 2021. Lt. Ciampa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Marketing and a Master’s Degree in Business Management from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Lt. Ciampa is currently assigned to the Patrol Division, the Police Technology Team, the UAS Team and the K9 Team. He also oversees the Police Explorers and the Department Awards Committee. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family, riding his tractor, or remodeling houses. He is also a GONZAGA BULLDOG FAN!
Lieutenant Brandon Fernandez     Lieutenant Brandon Fernandez began his law enforcement career with the Roseville Police Department in 2004 as a patrol officer. He spent several years working in the investigations unit as both a detective and a sergeant. He also served on the department’s technology team and as a vehicle operations instructor. Brandon earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from California State University of Sacramento and a Master’s degree in Public Safety Leadership from the University of San Diego. Brandon was promoted to Lieutenant in 2021 and oversaw two patrol teams before returning to the Investigations unit. In his spare time, Brandon enjoys all forms of outdoor recreation and tinkering with classic cars.
Lieutenant Scott Miszkewycz    Lieutenant Scott Miszkewycz began his law enforcement career in 2000 with the Scotts Valley Police Department.  While at the Scotts Valley Police Department, he was a Traffic Officer, Field Training Officer and a member of the Special Response Team.  He started with the Roseville Police Department in 2005 and was assigned as the Tactical K9 Handler in 2007 with his partner K9 Apollo.  He has also served as an emergency vehicle operations instructor, Patrol Sergeant and Investigations Sergeant.  He was promoted to rank of Lieutenant in 2022 and currently oversees two Patrol shifts and the K9 Program.  Scott earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Resource Management from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and recently completed the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute program.
Public Affairs Officer Rob Baquera    PIO Rob Baquera As Public Affairs Manager/PIO(Public Affairs Officer) he oversees the Public Affairs Unit encompassing communications, media relations, community relations, and police volunteers. Rob joined the Police Department in 2010 after working ten years with another City department. Rob has a BA in Public Policy and MA in Public Administration from Sacramento State. He’s certified by FEMA and CalOES as an Emergency Management and Communications Specialist. In his free time he enjoys traveling with his family and volunteering in the community.
Management Analyst Mark Peinado     Management Analyst Mark Peinado started his career with the Roseville Police Department in 2020 as a Police Officer. Mark decided to change his career path and jumped on the opportunity to serve as the Police Department’s Management Analyst. He is a U.S. Navy Veteran, he held the rank of E-5 and served 5 years active duty as a Pay and Personnel Specialist. Mark Peinado holds an Associate Degree in Behavior Science from Merced College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Southern New Hampshire University. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, exploring the outdoors, running, and reading.