Oregon City Police Department

  • Agency: Oregon City Police Department
  • Address: 320 Warner Milne Road, Oregon City, 97045 OR
  • Chief: Gordon Huiras (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-657-4964
Fax: 503-655-0530

Oregon City Police Department is located at 320 Warner Milne Road, Oregon City, 97045 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Gordon Huiras. The Oregon City Police Department phone number is 503-657-4964.

Oregon City Police Department News

REMINDER Daylight Saving Time 2018 begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 11.

Can You ID Me? Located at Molalla Avenue and Willamette Street. He has a collar but no tags. He has been transported to Clackamas County Dog Services. Thank you OCPD Community Outreach

Shred Event - New Location - Saturday, April 28th https://www.orcity.org/police/shred-event-note-new-location-event

Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Malcus Williams’ family, friends, and the Ashland Police Department during this difficult time.

Thank you Gaffney Lane Grade School for inviting us to read at Dr. Seuss Day. #ocpd #ocpdcommunityoutreach #ocpddetectives #ocpdk9

Today was a busy day for Flint. He was invited to two schools today! Thank you Marylhurst Pre-School for the invite. #ocpd #ocpdk9

Today our Detectives and K9 Officer were invited to spend the morning with a kindergarten class. Thank you for this special invite, we had a great time. #ocpd #ocpddetectives #ocpdk9

Outreach Story from our Homeless Liaison Officer Mike Day. #OCPD #OCPDhlo https://www.orcity.org/police/daniel-knight

Happy Monday! Our 3 K-9's sure enjoyed last weeks snow. Anyone else enjoy the snow as much as these guys? #OCPD #OCPDk9 K9 Grendel

We had our end of year department banquet tonight and several officers received well deserved awards for their outstanding service during 2017: Life Saving Award: Officer Matt Lysaght Distinguished Service Award: Officer John Fetzer, Officer Michael Villanti, and Officer Brian Willard Distinguished Service Award: Officer Tanner Crivellone Employee of the Year: CSO Brian Hutteball Officer of the Year: Officer Mike Day

‪UPDATE: Beverly has been located and has been reunited with family. We want to thank everyone for assisting her family. #OCPD‬

Missing Person: Oregon City Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing person. 87-year-old Beverly Harris left her Oregon City residence this morning around 10:15 am. Beverly had an appointment on McLoughlin Blvd near Roethe Rd. in Clackamas County, but she never arrived and Beverly has not returned home. Beverly is driving her 2004 dark blue Honda Accord with OR license plates, 910-BCJ. The vehicle pictured is a similar vehicle and not actual vehicle. If anyone has seen Beverly they are asked to call non-emergency dispatch at 503-655-8211. Reference OCPD Case number 18-000738. https://www.orcity.org/police/missing-person

Oregon City Police Department Community Outreach & Crime Prevention is starting to work on National Night Out 2018. If you are interested in having a vendor booth this year please go to our website and download the registration form. More information will be posted as the event gets closer. Please mark your calendar for Tuesday, August 7, 2018 for our Oregon City Police Department City Wide National Night Out. Please share this post with others who you think would be interested. Thank you OCPD Community Outreach https://www.orcity.org/police/national-night-out https://www.orcity.org/sites/default/files/fileattachments/police/page/4496/vendor_registration_form_2018.pdf

Mac is enjoying the snow during his shift this morning!

Update: Meyers Rd is back open. Thank you for your patience.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Police and fire are on scene of a fire in a wooded area off Meyers Rd near Hwy 213. Meyers Rd is closed for all vehicle traffic from Squire Dr to the shopping center parking lot. If you live in Pioneer Ridge Apartments, you can park in the shopping center and walk to your apartment. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. #OCPD

Ever been interested in Law Enforcement? Becoming a Reserve Police Officer is a great way to gain experience and give back to the community. We are now accepting applications. #OCPD #OCPDreserves https://www.orcity.org/police/reserve-unit https://www.orcity.org/humanresources/open-job-2018-reserve-police-officer

Chief Band, Wendy Libke, and several others had the opportunity to testify before the State Senate Judiciary Committee this morning in support of increasing the crime of Strangulation to a Felony. #OCPD http://katu.com/news/politics/supporters-say-bill-making-strangulation-a-felony-could-help-save-lives

Multi-Agency investigation leads to identification and arrest of armed robbery suspect, including Jan. 30th robbery in Oregon City. Great teamwork by detectives from Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Gladstone Police Department & OCPD. #OCPD #OCPDdetectives https://twitter.com/ocpolice/status/963491540512354304 http://www.clackamas.us/sheriff/pressreleases/2018-02-13-CCSOPR-KealohaArrest.html

Happy Monday! Sgt. Edwins had a fun time meeting with Ms. Gilmore's kindergarten class at Gaffney Lane Elementary this morning. #OCPD

It's Flint Friday! K9-Flint is keeping an eye on the city from the historic Oregon City Municipal Elevator. It was built in 1955 and is the only outdoor elevator in the U.S.! #OCPD #OCPDk9 #K9flint Oregon City - City Hall

Why would we ever suspect this trip permit is not legit? #OCPD

Good Morning! It is Mac Monday!

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend. We want to remind everyone about the dangers of drinking and driving. If you have been drinking, be responsible and have a designated driver. #designateddriver #OCPD NHTSA https://www.nhtsa.gov/super-bowl-sunday-fans-dont-let-fans-drive-drunk

The Oregon City Police Department’s Traffic Team and the Clackamas County Motor Carrier Safety Team conducted a Multi-Agency Motor Carrier Safety Mission on Wednesday January 31, 2018. The focus of the mission was to monitor commercial truck traffic for safety violations. The Mission was conducted on HWY 213 within the city limits of Oregon City over a 3 hour period. Officers made 10 commercial truck stops and conducted 9 truck inspections. Officers issued 8 warnings and two citations. Two commercial trucks were placed out-of-service for safety violations. Both agencies are committed to enhancing safety to make sure our streets and highways are safe for everyone. #OCPD #OCPDtraffic Oregon City - City Hall Clackamas County, Oregon