Capt. McAdoo-Rogers joined the department in 1985 as a member of the 59th PBIC. Her previous assignments include Patrol Officer, Dare Officer, Personnel and Recruiting Officer, and Field Training Officer.
Upon promotion to Corporal in 1998, she was assigned to Patrol and later became Corporal over the District 2 Crime Abatement Team. McAdoo-Rogers was promoted to Sergeant in 2002 and assigned to Patrol. In 2008, she was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned as the Executive Officer over the Western Patrol Division and later served as Watch Commander. Upon her promotion to Captain, she was serving as the Executive Officer of the Operational Support Division.
McAdoo-Rogers was awarded the Guilford Merchants Association Distinguished Service Award in 2015, the North State Law Enforcement Officer of the Year in 2009, and the Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau Award in 2000.
She holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from NC A&T State University, and is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP) at Boston University and the Administrative Officers’ Management Program (AOMP) at NC State University. She also completed Leadership Greensboro in 2014 and has received a NC Training and Standards Commission Advanced Law Enforcement Certification.
“As a life-long resident of Greensboro, I fondly remember the community impact GPD Officer T. Wilson made on me as a kid growing up in the Hairston Home community. The movies, the popcorn, and the conversations he shared definitely had a positive impact on me," McAdoo-Rogers said. "As I grew into an adult, I knew I wanted a career that would enable me to make an impact on the citizens of Greensboro. The GPD has provided me with the opportunity to give back to the community I grew up in, not only as an officer, but a teacher, mentor, coach and to fulfill my purpose in life by serving others.”