Meet Deputy Chief Rolf
“I am excited to help lead. When I joined the Champlin Police Explorers back in high school, I never imagined I would become Deputy Chief. I look forward to moving our department forward and making it one our community can be proud of. I would like to thank Chief Schneider and the City Council for allowing me this opportunity. I would also like to thank the community for trusting me to serve you.”
Deputy Chief Rolf’s Story: Weston Rolf started his career with the City as a Police Explorer in October 1998 and remained an active participant in the Explorer Program until April of 2001. Weston also served as a School Resource Security Officer at Champlin Park High School from August 2000 to February 2001. Weston was promoted to the full-time Community Service Officer position in February of 2001, and in August of 2004, Weston was hired as a Police Officer. Weston has served as a Patrol Officer, School Resource Officer, and Investigator. Weston has also been assigned to the following: livable housing, business liaison, pawn inspector, alcohol and tobacco compliance, D.A.R.E instructor, community outreach, and traffic officer. On October 1, 2015, Weston was promoted to Sergeant. As a Sergeant, he served as a Patrol Sergeant and in his last assignment, he served as the Investigative Sergeant for just short of six years. He is the recipient of the Champlin Police Department’s Life Saving Awards (twice), Medal of Merit (twice), a Commendation Award, and a Distinguished Service Award.