Scott Rogers served 20 years as a firefighter in the Dallas area and is now retired from that field. He holds an AAS degree in Fire Administration. After his retirement from firefighting, he went into the private sector. He taught forensic investigations at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension, in College Station, for 3 years. During this time, he began instructing and writing Arson Curriculum and National Fire Academy Courses. Mr. Rogers also taught petroleum blowout prevention classes for the Petroleum College of the University of Houston. Mr. Rogers continues to conduct continuing education classes for insurance adjusters and the public sector. He is also a Texas State certified building fire inspector.
Mr. Rogers has over 3,000 fire and explosion investigations to date; including structural, vehicle, petroleum, marine, and wildfire investigations. He has served as a lead investigator on large fire scenes and provided testimony as an expert witness in both Federal and State court appearances.
Mr. Rogers was appointed to the Line of Duty Firefighter Death Task Force by former Texas Governor Rick Perry. He also served on the Texas State Certification Review Board for the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.