Redmond Police Department

  • Agency: Redmond Police Department
  • Address: 777 SW Deschutes Ave, Redmond, 97756 OR
  • Chief: Ronnie Roberts (Chief of Police)
Phone: (541) 504-3400
Fax: 541-504-3490

Redmond Police Department is located at 777 SW Deschutes Ave, Redmond, 97756 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Ronnie Roberts. The Redmond Police Department phone number is (541) 504-3400.

Redmond Police Department News

REDMOND POLICE TO PARTICIPATE IN NO SHAVE NOVEMBER - Proceeds to Benefit St. Charles Center Survivorship Program REDMOND, OREGON - Beginning November 1, the Redmond Police Department will shelve the shaving cream and cap their razors to participate in “No Shave November.” “No Shave November” was started as a way to show support for those affected by cancer and bring awareness to various cancer programs. Again this year, the department has partnered with the St. Charles Cancer Center Survivorship Program as the recipient of the donations raised by our efforts. Redmond Police employees have seen firsthand the effects of cancer. Some have lost friends or family members to cancer; others have friends or family who are currently fighting cancer. "No Shave November" is just one small way we can give back to those fighting this disease. If you wish to donate to the “No Shave November” event, you can bring cash or check donations to the police department (checks to be made out to St. Charles Foundation C/O Survivorship Program). Progress pictures of those employees who agreed to participate will periodically be posted here on our Facebook page. The Redmond Police Department would like to extend its appreciation to those who are participating in "No Shave November" and to those who have pledged donations to support those in our community who are fighting this disease.

ADDITIONAL SLOW DOWN SIGNS HAVE ARRIVED For the past several weeks, we have been out of the "Slow Down" signs so many of you have been asking for. I am happy to let you know, we have received several dozen signs and they are ready for pick-up at the police department.

RPD & NEIGHBOR IMPACT PARTNER TOGETHER With the holiday season right around the corner, the Redmond Police Department has partnered with Neighbor Impact < > to help provide food for those in need. RPD has placed a donation bin in the lobby of the police department and is accepting donations of non-perishable food items. The food items most in demand for the holiday season are: canned meats (i.e., tuna, chicken, salmon), canned and boxed meals (i.e., soup, chili, stew, macaroni and cheese), peanut butter, canned or dried beans and peas (i.e., black, pinto, lentils), pasta, rice, cereal, canned fruits, and 100 percent fruit juice (canned, plastic or boxed) . Our goal is to fill the 50-gallon barrel at least two times before Christmas. So, if you find yourself needing to come to the police department, bring some non-perishable food with you to donate.

START THE CONVERSATION - Shared Future Coalition The Shared Future Coalition is working with multiple partners, including the Redmond Police Department, with the ultimate goal to reduce illegal recreational marijuana use by young people in Deschutes County. The coalition has started a campaign called "Start the Conversation," which encourages parents to talk with teens about marijuana use. Please consider going to to watch videos and learn talking points for your children. Parents are one of the strongest influencers on their children when it comes to drug use. Assisting parents to have conversations about drug use is important, and the Shared Future Coalition has resources to help. This four-part "conversation" runs through December 18.

Tip from Public Leads to Arrest of Suspect

ID ME PLEASE - UPDATE The below pictured person of interest has been identified. Thank you to everyone who responded; we know we can rely on the community to always help us.

TIME TO "TIP-A-COP!" On October 21, Red Robin restaurants throughout Oregon will "go blue" as law enforcement members serve guests in a different way to support Special Olympics Oregon. Red Robin's 12th annual Tip-A-Cop event will take place locally at the Bend location on Saturday, 11 AM to 2 PM & 5 PM to 9 PM. This fundraiser is part of a larger effort to support Special Olympics programs in communities, with more than 390 restaurants in 40 states and British Columbia participating. Law enforcement members will volunteer their time as servers alongside Red Robin's wait staff to raise funds, and all donations will benefit Special Olympics Oregon. Your Redmond Police Department is a proud supporter of Special Olympics Oregon and will have department staff at Red Robin on Saturday to "serve" you. Please consider stopping by!�����

Redmond Police Announce DUII Enforcement Results for September, End of Grant Year (Photo)

HELP FIND ME On 10/02/17 Ezekiel Sandoval-Garcia DOB 11/22/73, cut his ankle monitor at 18:22 hours. Sandoval-Garcia was to report to court for trial today 10/03/17 and failed to appear. It is believed Sandoval-Garcia is attempting to flee the country, in an attempt to make it to Michoacán, Mexico. If you have any information regarding Sandoval please contact the non-emergency dispatch number at (541) 693-6911

RPD PARTICIPATES IN NATIONAL RAILROAD CROSSING SAFETY EVENT Yesterday, RPD Officers were manning the railroad crossing at SE Evergreen Ave near S Hwy 97 handing out railroad safety cards to drivers crossing the tracks. During the three-hour long event, 7 AM to 10 AM, approximately 500 safety cards were handed out to drivers and passengers of vehicles. Also, Officers issued 10 written warnings to drivers who stopped on the railroad tracks (ORS 811.475). During the three hours, two trains passed through the crossing. Please do not stop on railroad tracks, trains cannot stop quickly. It could be your life or the lives of your passengers you are saving.

GIRL SCOUT TROOP 10772 VISITS RPD On Saturday, September 16, Girl Scout Troop 10772 stopped by RPD to deliver a "Thank you" poster and some goodies to our on-duty Officers. The Troop was treated to a first-class tour by one of our female Officers, which likely made the entire experience much more special. Pictures, courtesy of Troop 10772, are below. As you can tell by the many smiles, it looks like the girls and RPD staff enjoyed themselves. Perhaps one or more may be inspired to become a police officer in the future! Oh....the cookies taste AMAZING! Thank you.

UPDATE - HELP ID ME, PLEASE The below individual has been identified, and the investigation is ongoing. THANK YOU to the many people who contacted us and also shared the post. We cannot do it without you.

POTENTIAL LIFE-SAVING TRAINING Today, medics assigned to the Central Oregon Emergency Response Team (CERT) came to RPD to instruct Officers on how to treat a gunshot wound using trauma dressings and Quickclot. The training was "hands on" thanks to the use of several pig roasts (no jokes please! 😁) from a local butcher shop. This training is intended to teach Officers how to help themselves if they are ever shot, and how to help other victims of a gunshot wound while waiting for medics to arrive. Redmond Police values of all life, and also recognizes we cannot help others if we cannot help ourselves. We desire to provide our employees with the knowledge and materials necessary to help themselves, to instill the sense of survival in our Officers - never to give up, and recognize pain means you are still alive...and that is a great thing.

Redmond Police Announce DUII Enforcement Results for August, Planned September Enforcement (Photo)


REDMOND POLICE SUPPORTS SUICIDE AWARENESS WEEK This week, Redmond Police, Deschutes County, and other public safety and public health agencies are supporting suicide awareness week. The link below provides a list of resources for those considering suicide. Additionally, there is information about several programs designed to educate and spread the word about suicide prevention. This week culminates with the Out of the Darkness Community Walk, Saturday, September 16, from 0930-1130 at Pilot Butte State Park. Your Redmond Police Department can respond and assist any individual going through a crisis. Redmond Police Officers can refer an individual to services available, and in emergent situations, help facilitate a trip to the hospital to speak with a mental health professional. There is also a 24-hour available suicide hotline for those having suicidal thoughts. That phone number is 1-800-273-TALK (8255); for Spanish speakers, the phone number is 1-888-628-9454. DON'T GIVE UP; YOU MATTER.

Redmond Police Officer Receives Academic Achievement Award (Photo)

SPOTS ARE FILLING UP FOR REDMOND CITIZEN'S ACADEMY Do not forget to fill out and turn in your application for the Redmond Police Department Citizen's Academy. Classes start on Thursday, September 28. Please click this link, , for more information. DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS SEPTEMBER 18.

MONTHLY MOST WANTED – August 2017 Nicholas A Inkenbrandt – 29 years of age Nicholas has a confirmed felony warrant for his arrest out of Deschutes County Oregon for Probation Violation, original charges – Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Menacing, Assault 4. If you know the whereabouts of Nicholas, please contact RPD or your local law enforcement agency. RPD and other Deschutes County police agencies can be reached by calling 541-693-6911. Tips can also be made via the online reporting form or here on our Facebook page. Please feel free to share this post. Tips can be anonymous. **************************************************** Monthly Most Wanted features a person which has ties to Redmond or an RPD investigation. They are selected randomly from a list of active warrants maintained by the Deschutes County Jail. The investigation may be current or “cold.” Only persons with valid and confirmed warrants for their arrest will be featured and will be identified by name and photo, if available. It is our hope to solicit information on the whereabouts of wanted persons or to encourage wanted persons to turn themselves in to law enforcement.

THIS MONTH’S TRAFFIC TIP This month’s traffic tip concerns ORS 811.265 “Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device” ORS 811.265 is the infraction of failure to obey traffic control devices, which consists of both stop signs and traffic signals. The appropriate responses to each type of traffic control device is covered in ORS 811.260. Sections (4) and (5) cover steady yellow signals to include a yellow arrow and yellow circular light which indicate the right of way has ended and the driver must stop unless they cannot due to safety, then they must proceed with caution. Flashing yellow arrows are covered in section (13) and drivers with this signal must yield to on-coming traffic. Accelerating to get through a solid yellow light is a violation of this ORS. Violation of this statute is a Class B Traffic Infraction. For more information regarding any of the traffic tips, the complete ORS is available on line at, or you can contact our office either by Facebook or at 541-693-6911. The Monthly Traffic Tip highlights certain traffic laws each month. Often times these suggestions come from you, our community. If you have a traffic question you would like to see on the monthly traffic tip let us know. The Redmond Police Department appreciates and values our communities’ involvement in making our city safe and enjoyable. Drive safe and enjoy our wonderful community.

Redmond Police and Fire Investigating House Fire (Photo)

In the Redmond area and still have your eclipse glasses? Drop them off here at the PD and we'll get them to the Sheriff's Office.


CENTRAL OREGON EMERGENCY INFORMATION NETWORK For up-to-date public safety information regarding all things eclipse, click on and follow COEIN. COEIN will be monitoring traffic, public health, fire, and criminal activities throughout the Tri-County area. All public safety agencies working with COEIN, providing information to be shared with the public. Also, know before you go. Utilize, or 511 to check traffic conditions in the area.

REDMOND POLICE CHANGING HOW MEDIA RELEASES ARE ISSUED For as long as Redmond Police have utilized email, RPD has issued media releases to media outlets by way of email, with a Wordperfect, Word, or PDF document attached. This method of sharing information with the public served us well, but "The Times They Are A Changin" (Bob Dylan, 1964....but I digress). Managing an email list of a few hundred email addresses is time-consuming. We cannot keep up with turnover at media outlets, new media outlets, and those no longer in business. Additionally, we also enjoy sharing information directly with our community through social media. As a result, RPD is changing how we disseminate public alerts and non-urgent media releases. Beginning today, RPD is pleased to utilize FlashAlert to share information with media outlets, the public, and social media, all at the same time. FlashAlert is linked with our Facebook page. Our first media release using this new feature occurred earlier today (you can see the post below). You can trust the link and click on it to view the full story. With this change also comes the ability to post about emergent hazards immediately, road closures due to crashes or other police activity, and weather events in some cases. FlashAlertt is already being used by numerous other public safety agencies and school districts in Oregon. If you are interested in learning more about FlashAlert, go to There, you can sign-up to receive push notifications (if you download the iOS app) or emails sent directly to your email inbox. But let us not forget the most important positive regarding this change.....I will no longer receive more than a dozen returned emails in my inbox every time I send out a media release!!! 😁