Georgia Bureau of Investigation
B.S., Justice Studies
Master’s Degree in Public Administration
Master’s Degree in Counseling Education
Inspector Eve Rodgers began her career in law enforcement in 1999 as a Narcotics Agent with the Oconee Drug Task Force in Cochran, Georgia. In 2000, she became a Special Agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). Rodgers spent over eleven years representing the GBI as a Special Agent working both narcotics investigations and field investigations.
In 2011, Rodgers was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge/Commander of the Altamaha Drug Task Force in Baxley, Georgia. She later transferred to the Region 12 field office in Eastman, Georgia and served as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge there. Rodgers was promoted to Special Agent in Charge in 2014 and worked in this capacity at the Region 6 dual purpose office in Milledgeville, Georgia and the Region 12 field office in Eastman, Georgia.
In 2015, Rodgers was promoted to Inspector. As Inspector, Rodgers has supervised numerous
regional offices, dual purpose offices, and several specialized work units. Currently, Rodgers oversees 3
field offices in the state, the Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit, the Financial Investigations Unit, the Commercial Gambling Unit, Special Projects, and Elder Abuse/Unlicensed Personal Care Homes. She is the coordinator of the GBI’s Child Abuse Specialist Program as well as the GBI’s Peer Support Team.
Rodgers was a member of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange Program (GILEE) to Israel and is a graduate of the FBI’s National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. She is a graduate of the Columbus State University Command College and Professional Management Program. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Justice Studies, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Education.