Gladstone Police Department

  • Agency: Gladstone Police Department
  • Address: 535 Portland Ave, Gladstone, 97027 OR
  • Chief: Jim Pryde (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-655-8211
Fax: 503-650-8938.

Gladstone Police Department is located at 535 Portland Ave, Gladstone, 97027 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Jim Pryde. The Gladstone Police Department phone number is 503-655-8211.

Gladstone Police Department News

Drug Take Back Day was a great success! GPD took in approximately 200 pounds of prescription meds, the shred truck reports they took in 3.5 tons of paper, and Kraxberger Robotics had the best e-recycling event to date. Great work! Thanks to Watts, Baskin Robbins, Rotary, GFD, and the fine men and women of the Gladstone Police Department to make this happen.

Mothers Day Lunch - today at the Senior Center. Good reminder, don't forget Mother this Sunday!

Drug Take Back - you still have until 2:00 p.m. to drop off your prescription medications, old electronics, and documents to shred. Come have some ice cream compliments of B&R!

The bike rodeo was a huge success! We had approximately 60 kiddos come through and either get a new helmet or have their existing one properly fitted. A big thanks to the Starbucks at McLoughlin and Concord for donating coffee to the volunteers that ran the rodeo.

DRUG TAKE BACK DAY SHRED-IT DAY E-RECYCLING DAY When: Saturday May 5, 2018 from 10am – 2pm Where: Gladstone Police Department - 535 Portland Ave THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO START YOUR SPRING CLEANING WITH ONE STOP RIGHT HERE IN GLADSTONE. *** VOLUNTEERS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU UNLOAD *** DRUG TAKE BACK: Turn in your leftover prescriptions, old over-the-counter & pet medicines and get them disposed of safely. SHREDDING: Bring your old documents to have them shredded. You never have to worry about your old documents & personal papers once they’ve been shredded. ** 10 Boxes of shred accepted – you must take your empty boxes with you. Thank you E-RECYCLING: Bring in all that equipment you don’t want or use anymore such as computers, cell phones, cords, routers, small metal items, TV’s that are 32” or smaller, laptops ... anything with a cord.

As a reminder...........our Drug Take Back Day is Next Saturday, May 5th!

Bike Rodeo about to start!

Gladstone Bike Rodeo Calling All Kids!!! Saturday April 28, 2018 10am – 1pm John Wetten Elementary School 250 E. Exeter St. Gladstone, OR 97027 • Open to kids of all ages (free!) • Bring your bicycle and complete the safety skills obstacle course • Get a new, free bicycle helmet (if you need one) • Learn bicycle safety tips • Bicycle course will be under the outside covered play area at John Wetten Elementary • It’s fun so tell your friends! Hosted by: Gladstone/Oak Grove Kiwanis Gladstone Police Department Gladstone High School’s Key Club members Hope to see you there!

Calling all Kids the bike Rodeo is on April 28th! Come get a helmet and and learn some bike safety.

After weeks of being displaced by a sewer backup/flood, GPD is almost ready to reopen our lobby and patrol area! We'll keep you posted.

Really appreciate the students at John Wetten Elementary and the Thank You cards they sent to GPD!

If we get snow here are the roads that will be closed and sanded. Please drive safe!

ROAD CLOSURE - This Saturday & Sunday (February 17 & 18), the access to Edgewater Rd. will be closed. You will not be able to drive in or out of the neighborhood as Union Pacific is working on the rail crossing.

Great teamwork from surrounding agencies!

ROAD CLOSURE - Public Works will have the 700 block of Columbia Ave. closed today from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for street paving. Any questions or concerns contact Public Works at 503-656-7957.

Emergency Drill - Tomorrow, January 30 - see press release below. Water Environment Services to test sirens at Tri-City Facility in Oregon City on Jan. 30 Clackamas County Water Environment Services (WES) will conduct testing of its emergency warning systems at the Tri-City Water Resource Recovery Facility located at 15941 S. Agnes Ave. in Oregon City on Tuesday, Jan. 30, beginning at noon. The testing will include the use of sirens that will be heard in the general vicinity of the facility, parts of Gladstone and possibly other surrounding areas. Three tests will be performed with each test lasting approximately 10 seconds. All testing will be completed by 12:30 p.m. For more information, members of the media and public may contact Community Relations Specialist Edward Nieto at or 503-742-4561 (office) or 971-284-7094 (mobile).

Gladstone PD needs your help in identifying the following suspect involved in a theft of a vehicle at the 24 Hour Fitness in Gladstone OR. On 1/13/18 at approximately 5:14 PM the suspect entered the facility and broke in to a locker and took keys and stole a vehicle. The vehicle was found a short time later at the Holiday Inn Express in Gladstone. If you or someone you may know can identify the suspect please contact the Gladstone PD at 503-655-8211 and reference case number 18-00064

ROAD CLOSURE - Public Works will have the 600 block of E. Clarendon closed today from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm to construct water upgrades. No water service is scheduled to be shut down. Any questions or concern, call Public Works @ 503-656-7957.

ROAD CLOSURE - Public Works will have the 600 block of E. Clarendon closed today from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm to construct water upgrades. No water service is scheduled to be shut down. Any questions or concerns can be directed to Public Works at 503-656-7957.

Shop With a Cop. Thanks to Hale's Restaurant for feeding the kids before their shopping trip.

Gladstone PD participated in today's Shop with A Cop. We are honored to be part of this annual event. This could not have been possible without the generous donations from our community. 9 kids from the city of Gladstone were able to shop for Christmas presents and the smiles on their faces could not have been any more rewarding. More photos to come!