West Linn Police Department

  • Agency: West Linn Police Department
  • Address: 1800 8th Ave, West Linn, 97068 OR
  • Chief: Terry Timeus (Chief of Police)
Phone: (503) 655-6214
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West Linn Police Department is located at 1800 8th Ave, West Linn, 97068 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Terry Timeus. The West Linn Police Department phone number is (503) 655-6214.

West Linn Police Department News

Disaster Preparedness Open House

Congratulations to West Linn Shari’s for passing the joint OLCC, CCSO and WLPD underage drinking sting. Along with Shari’s, Thai Lemon, Spectator Pizza, San Blas Mexican Restaurant, Round Table Pizza and Restaurant 503 passed by NOT selling alcohol to minors. Not every restaurant in West Linn passed but we are working with them and are very proud of those that did pass! Pam Flora Pearce from Community Living Above joined Sergeant McKean in delivering the congratulations letters today.

Can You Identify This Man?

West Linn Police Department - Wishing you and yours a safe and happy New Year from the West Linn Police Department!

Officer Moyle worked his last shift with West Linn last night, so members of the PD gathered this morning to give him a proper farewell before he begins working with the Lake Oswego Police Department. Pictured is Sgt. McKean presenting Officer Moyle with a plaque that acknowledges his hard work and dedication to the Department and the City.

West Linn Police Department - The side roads on top of the hill around Hidden Springs, Santa Anita, Rosemont etc. are still slick in spots. Drive carefully.

Roads and hills are open but there a few icy patches remain throughout West Linn and the Metro-region. Please continue to be cautious and attentive while driving.

Big thanks to the businesses and citizens of West Linn, the awesome crew at the Oregon City Fred Meyer and the super kids that came to shop with us today at our West Linn Christmas event today!

Bolton Elementary Celebration of Giving Parade!

Do you have a Map Your Neighborhood network set up in your neighborhood? If not, now is the time to start organizing:

Great work once again by the citizens of this fantastic city! The spirit of giving is strong in West Linn!!!

Officer Moyle and his new pal Spike are ready to go! Captain Hennelly and Mason with their shopping faces on! WLPD joined agencies from all over Clackamas County at Walmart on 82nd Ave for “Shop with a Cop”! A great program run by the Clackamas County Peace Officers Benevolent Foundation.

We will be collecting soaps, shampoos and toiletries for Clackamas Women’s Services! All West Linn Starbucks stores will be collecting on Wednesday 12/13 so if you can’t make it to see us you can still contribute! Join us on Wednesday December 13th from 9am to 12pm for another exciting episode of Coffee with a Cop at the West Linn Central Village Starbucks near the Post Office!

A great way to celebrate the spirit of the season!

Are you a West Linn business that would like to help make a deserving kid have an amazing Christmas? Checkout the attached fliers!

Please take a moment to hear a very important message from Lieutenant Mike Stradley about substance abuse and it’s devastating effects. For even more information, check out the Community Living Above Facebook page or visit them at communitylivingabove.org

Can You ID these women?

Today Sgt Corbin presented Cayden Hutton with a commendation letter and West Linn Police Department challenge coin at Rosemont Middle School. Cayden, a sixth grader from Ms. Pattishal’s class, went above and beyond when he helped an elderly neighbor who was trapped under her garage door. Cayden realized his neighbor needed help and convinced his mom to drive back to free her from under the heavy door. Thank you Cayden for being alert and willing to help!

Have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving from the WLPD family. 🦃

Need some karaoke inspiration for the weekend? Sro Halverson (our school resource officer at West Linn High School) has got you covered!

Please don't forget to bring your goblins by the police department today until 5 p.m. for trick or treating - 1800 8th Ave.

LT Stradley addresses the crowd at the Community Living Above Community Forum. A great evening of very informative and engaging talks about keeping our young people and communities safe.