Milwaukie Police Department

  • Agency: Milwaukie Police Department
  • Address: 3200 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, 97222 OR
  • Chief: Bob Jordan (Chief of Police)

Milwaukie Police Department is located at 3200 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, 97222 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Bob Jordan. The Milwaukie Police Department phone number is 503-786-7400.

Milwaukie Police Department News

The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help to locate attempted-murder suspect Jeramie Thomas, who shot a man in the neck in Molalla on April 5. He is considered armed and dangerous -- if you see him, call 911.

MILWAUKIE POLICE INVESTIGATING EARLY MORNING STABBING. News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept. Posted on FlashAlert: March 21st, 2018 5:18 PM On 03/21/18, at approximately 2:30 a.m., a male in his 20's arrived at Providence Milwaukie Hospital, where he was treated for multiple stab wounds. The victim was later transported to Legacy Emanuel Hospital where he was treated and released. The victim had been at or around Jumbo Restaurant and Lounge, located at 4427 SE Johnson Creek Boulevard, prior to the stabbing. The stabbing reportedly occurred on the Springwater trail near the 5000 block of SE Johnson Creek Boulevard. The suspect was described as a transient, but has yet to be identified. The victim's name is not being released at this time, as the investigation is on-going. Anyone with additional information should contact Milwaukie Police Det. Sgt. Tom Broomfield at 503-786-7500. Please reference case #18-1153.

Can you ID me? We have updated our can you ID me page. Let us know if you can help identify anyone from the pictures.

Heads up....

Nice Job Officer Nold!

FYI for those who use 42nd Avenue between SE Monroe St / SE Railroad Ave.

Are you age 16-20? Looking for a future in Law Enforcement? The Milwaukie Police Department is currently holding open recruitment for our Police Cadet program. A Police Cadet is a non-paid, volunteer position available to qualified persons ages 16 through 20 years (some exceptions may be made to 15-year-olds with a valid driver's permit). To find out more information, and to reserve a guest spot at the next available Cadet meeting, please contact a Cadet Advisor with the Milwaukie Police Department: email at: Cadet advisor phone number: 503-786-7440 Check out their Instagram page:

Congratulations to Officer Tom Garrett, who was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Tom has been with the Milwaukie Police Department since 2004, with specialty assignments as a School Resource Officer (SRO), a general assignment in detectives, an investigator with the Clackamas County Inter-Agency Drug Task Force (ITF), and is currently assigned to the Clackamas County Inter-Agency SWAT team. Tom also served five years in the Army, leaving as a Captain, and has a Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Portland. Congrats on a well-deserved promotion!

Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Williams’ family, the Ashland Police Department and the community they serve.

Nice job to the Milwaukie PD plungers and everyone who took the plunge. Our team raised $5,500.00 for Special Olympics of Oregon. #SOOR #Milwaukiepdarcticbreeze

Retweeted Oregon City Police (@OCPolice): Missing Person: Oregon City Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 87-year-old Beverly Harris. She left her residence at 10:15 am. Beverly did not show up for an appointment and has not returned home. #OCPD

The Polar plunge for Special Olympics is this Saturday, 02-24-18. It Looks like we should have some nice warm weather 😨 Members of the Milwaukie Police Department will be taking the plunge to support the 13,000+ participants of Special Olympics of Oregon.(SOOR) So far our team (Milwaukie PD Arctic Breeze) has raised $4870.00. We are so proud of our team and the donations they have raised. Looking forward to seeing some great photos of this great event. #SOOR #Milwaukiepdarticbreeze #Community

Two kids from the Ardenwald neighborhood took advantage of last nights snow with assistance from Officer Inman. Enjoy the snow day kids. #snowday #community

MILWAUKIE POLICE ARREST ROBBERY SUSPECT "LONE RANGER BANDIT" News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept. Posted on FlashAlert: February 15th, 2018 9:55 AM Downloadable file: booking photo The Milwaukie Police, with assistance from the Portland Police, have arrested 31-year-old Jay Conrad Noble in connection to an armed robbery at Dotty's, 10843 SE Oak Street, which occurred on 01-17-18, around 1:00 a.m. (MIPD case # 18-204.) In this case Mr. Noble acted alone, was wearing a mask, and was armed with a revolver-type firearm. During the robbery, Mr. Noble fired one-round at an employee, narrowly missing them. Mr. Noble is also a suspect in numerous robberies in the Portland-Metro / Clackamas County areas. Due to similarities in all these cases, Mr. Noble has been dubbed the "Lone Ranger Bandit." Mr. Noble is currently lodged at the Clackamas County Jail on several charges, which include: 2-counts Robbery I, Attempt Assault I, and 3-counts Unlawful use of a weapon. Mr. Noble is also being held on other charges associated with a robbery that occurred on 12-27-17 at Chans Garden, 14790 SE Webster Road in Clackamas County. (CCSO case #17-33997) Bail for Mr. Noble is currently set at one million dollars. The investigation is still on-going and the Milwaukie Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding Milwaukie case #18-204, to please contact Detective Tony Cereghino. Email: VM: 503-786-7476. Anyone with information regarding the robbery at Chans Garden is asked to contact the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Tip Line - by phone at 503-723-4949. Anyone that may have information regarding cases in the Portland area can contact Portland Police Detective Kenny Reynolds. Email:

MILWAUKIE POLICE RESPOND TO VEHICLE VS BICYCLIST ACCIDENT. News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept. Posted on FlashAlert: February 7th, 2018 3:41 PM Case #18-0443 02-07-18 On 2-07-18, around 2:45 p.m., Milwaukie Police responded to the intersection of SE Harrison Street and SE Main Street regarding a vehicle vs bicyclist accident. The driver of the vehicle, 57-year-old Don Humphers, was driving his vehicle west on SE Harrison Street and the bicyclist, 20-year-old Noah Parkinson, was traveling south on SE Main Street. Witnesses indicated that Mr. Humphers entered the intersection without coming to a complete stop and struck the bicyclist. As a result, Mr. Humphers was issued a citation for failure to obey a traffic control device. The bicyclist declined medical attention at the scene and was taken home by a family member. Milwaukie Police would like to remind all drivers and bicyclist to come to a complete stop at all intersections and use caution when proceeding. Especially at night or in low visibility areas where street lights are not present, or when pedestrian or vehicle traffic is prevalent.

Thank you to everyone who attended this event. We had a great time talking with everyone and tried our hardest making different coffee drinks and food 😂Thanks again to Starbucks for hosting. #starbucks #coffeewithacop @ Starbucks

Coffee is hot. Come join us for a cup.

Don’t forget to join us tomorrow. 8-10am at the Milwaukie Market Place Starbucks. Looking forward to great conversation with our great citizens.

The Super Bowl is this Sunday. We hope it’s a great game and that you enjoy it—safely—with friends and family. Remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. If you're going to drink, have a designated driver, call a cab, Uber or other driving service. Just get home safe! 🏈🏈

THE MILWAUKIE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS PARTICIPATING IN OREGON'S SAFETY BELT BLITZ February 5th - February 18th. Milwaukie Police has received a grant to participate in the 2018 Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Click it or Ticket program. Oregon law requires all occupants to use safety restraints or a child safety system appropriate for their size. Law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon will be working overtime to focus on proper safety belt use including child seat use,during a nationwide traffic enforcement “blitz". The first blitz period is February 5th thru February 18th. The focus of this blitz is Seatbelt/Child restraints, texting and speed. The second blitz period is May 14th thru May 27th. The focus of this blitz is Nighttime/Daytime belt use, Prohibition of minors in Pickup trucks-to complement nationwide “Click it or Ticket” mobilization The third blitz is August 20th thru September 2nd. The focus of this blitz is Child Seats and Fitting Station referrals, texting and speed to complement National Child Passenger Safety Week. •Roadside observations of belt use among Oregon travelers in 2016 revealed 96% of travelers use safety belts. But despite this high use rate among the general population, Oregon crash data for 2015 shows lack of belt use in 27% of daytime and 50% of night time crash. ODOT estimates that at least half of those who died unbelted or 67 persons could have been saved if everyone used safety belts on every trip. •Safety belts, used correctly, can reduce the risk of major crash injury or death by up to sixty-five percent. Belts are even more effective when used in combination with airbag systems and other not-so-obvious occupant protection features designed into today’s vehicles. •Child seats may increase crash survival by 71% for infants under one year old and by up to 59% for toddlers aged one to four. Booster seats may reduce the chance of nonfatal injury among four to eight year olds by 45% compared to safety belts used alone. •Children under one year or weighing less than twenty pounds must ride in a rear-facing child seat. A child over forty pounds must use either a child seat or booster until they reach age eight or 4’ 9” tall and the adult belt fits them correctly. If you are unsure whether your child is ready to transition to an adult belt system, use the easy five-step test here: •For help installing child car seats, consult the seat manufacturer’s instructions, your vehicle owner’s manual, or visit a local child seat fitting station listed at:

**REMINDER** Coffee wtih a Cop is one week from today. We are looking forward to this great event.

NEWS RELEASE: CASE #18-0028 & 18-0137 SUSPECTS ARRESTED FOR MULTIPLE ARMED ROBBERIES IN MILWAUKIE AND THE PORTLAND METRO AREA. Milwaukie case 18-0028: On 01-02-18, around 7:30 p.m., J&J Little store, 2936 SE Washington Street was robbed at at gunpoint. Two males entered the store wearing masks and identical looking track suits. Both males displayed handguns and demanded money, then left in an unknown direction. Video surveillance shows another male subject standing outside the store at the time of the robbery. Milwaukie case 18-0137: On 01-11-18, around 9:00 p.m., Sunny Corner Market, 5010 SE Monroe Street, was robbed at gunpoint. One male entered the store wearing a mask. The subject displayed a handgun, demanded money, then left on foot in an unknown direction. ********************************************************************************** Detectives from the three jurisdictions, Milwaukie, Portland and Gresham believe 19-year-old Lamarr Juan Luster Jr, 20-year-old Kobe Branden Cordray, 18-year-old Antonio Trayvontae Montgomery, and 17-year-old Angelo Dewayne Luster are responsible for multiple armed robberies, including the two in Milwaukie. Investigators dubbed the group the "Track Suit Bandits" because they wore matching track suits during several of the armed robberies they are suspected of perpetrating. The cases are still under investigation and anyone with information about these robberies or the "Tracksuit Bandits" should contact: Milwaukie Police Detective Anthony Cereghino: 503-786-7476

Please join us February 6th for Coffee with a Cop. This is your chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the Officers in your neighborhood. Thank you to Starbucks for sponsoring this event. #Starbucks #Coffeewithacop