Chief Rozema is a 26 year veteran of the law enforcement profession with a majority of that being spent with the Tucson Police Department. During nearly 24 years with the Tucson Police Chief Rozema rose through the ranks of the organization, finishing his time there as the Assistant Chief of Police in charge of the Support Service Bureau (where he oversaw; SWAT, Hostage, Air Support, K-9, Communications, Traffic, Special Events, Emergency Management and Homeland Security). Throughout his career with the Tucson PD he gained extensive experience in uniform patrol, criminal investigations, undercover operations, internal affairs, traffic, and community relations. In January 2011 Chief Rozema took the helm as Marana Chief of Police where he currently works with an outstanding staff of 80 sworn members, 27 civilian members and 43 volunteers. Together they are working toward the goal of becoming one of the most well regarded and highly respected law enforcement agencies in the State of Arizona. Their mission of providing "unparalleled service and unwavering protection" to the citizens of Marana is rooted in the philosophy that we are servants above all else. Chief Rozema received a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI and he is also a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy and the Senior Management Institute for Police conducted by Harvard University. Chief Rozema is married to his wife Kathy and they have five children.