Aumsville Police Department

  • Agency: Aumsville Police Department
  • Address: 597 Main St., Aumsville, 97325 OR
  • Chief: Mike Andall (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-749-2188
Fax: 503-749-1853

Aumsville Police Department is located at 597 Main St., Aumsville, 97325 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Andall. The Aumsville Police Department phone number is 503-749-2188.

Aumsville Police Department News

Turner PD now has two new leads to go on...

Aumsville Police Department found the Turner Police Department's missing toilet. We have sent it back to them so that they have something to go on. We are always happy to support our Cascade students and athletes. Go Cougars!!!

The Aumsville Police Department was a recipient for 2 car seats as a class project from BT108. The Basic Telecommunications class celebrated their graduation today. As their class project, these dispatchers chose to gather funds within the class and partner with the local Wal-Mart. They then used the funds to purchase 2 car seats, blankets, and a few toys to be donated to our department to fulfill any needs we may have for them. We thank you, BT108 for this generous gesture, and congratulate you on your graduation!

The City of Aumsville is accepting applications for a full-time police officer and to establish a hiring list for future openings. Preference will be given to lateral transfers and/or officer with previous certified experience. You must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, a valid driver’s license, and be able to pass a physical and background check. Aumsville Police Department is an equal opportunity employer. Applications and Job Descriptions can be picked up at the Aumsville Police Department or by going to the City of Aumsville’s Web Page ( For further information or questions, contact Chief Richard Schmitz or Sgt. Damian Flowers.

Results of “Beard Contest Are In” Sgt. Flowers dominated the contest with “Best Beard”, Chief Schmitz finished with “Grayest Beard” (not sure that was a category), and Officers Bambrick and Tellefson need to work on growing facial hair as they tied for “Worst Beard”. We would like to thank everyone who participated and/or donated in this year’s “No Shave November”, where we were able to raise $2150.00 for the fight against cancer. All proceeds went to Salem Health Foundation’s Cancer Program.

This year's Toy Drive we had a large number of requests for coats, hats, and gloves. United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley heard about this request and asked if they could assist our Toy Drive. They donated $1,000 to help fulfill the request. Chief Schmitz, his wife Cindi, and Erika Gabba went out shopping for coats hats and gloves. Thank you United Way for all of your support!!! Pictured below, delivering the check, are Board Member Katie Costic and her son Santana and Annie Chapman (Program Specialist). Chief Richard Schmitz and Sergeant Damian Flowers accepted the check.

The Aumsville Police Department helped Santa deliver gifts to some kids here in town. Thanks to all of our volunteers who helped shop, wrap and deliver the gifts. This year was another success. Santa delivered gifts to 43 families and 107 children this year!

The Aumsville Police toy Drive Wrapping Event is on its way! Wrapping for 43 families with a total of 107 kids!

Aumsville Police Toy Drive Wrapping Event is this Saturday the 16th at 6pm at the Community Center. If you would like to help wrap gifts for the children of Aumsville, please stop by. You can stay as long as you want to. Thank you for all your support. The address for the Community Center is 555 Main Street in Aumsville. Thanks again.

The Aumsville Police Department wants to thank all of our officers for participating in the No-Shave November fundraiser. We would also like to thank the citizens that supported us in this event by generously donating to the cause. Thanks to the generous donations from the citizens and our officers, we were able to raise $2,150 on behalf of our Police Supports Specialist's father-in-law, Jim Campbell, and Officer Kevin Gollinger's father, Randy Gollinger. The money raised was donated to the Salem Health Foundation's Cancer Program, and was given to them last night at the council meeting. Thanks again for all of your support!!!

Reserve Officer Jordan Casey and Reserve Officer Nichole Rodriguez-Casey being sworn in last night at the council meeting. Congrats and welcome to the Aumsville Police Department!

Multiple agencies participated in Shop with a Cop this year. Aumsville Police Chief Richard Schmitz volunteered his time with other members of Salem PD, Keizer PD, Oregon State Police, Stayton PD, and Turner PD. Over 430 kids were expected to show up for the event. Great turn out for another great event.

Want to be a positive influence with your community? Want to volunteer for an event to help make it successful? The Aumsville Police Department Toy Drive is looking for your assistance with both. Every year we get together as a community and wrap gifts that have been purchased and donated by the public for our kids here in town. Saturday the 16th at 6pm we will be wrapping gifts. If you want to help, please show up around 6, at the Community Center, located at 555 Main Street here in Aumsville. We will continue wrapping until all are finished. You can help as long or as little as you want. The more help we get, the faster it goes. Thank you in advanced for all of your support and assistance. Merry Christmas!!!

So our No-shave November was a success. All officers with the Aumsville Police Department donated, and with the help of the public we were able to raise over 1600 dollars! Posted below are the after photos and you can now vote on the best and worst beards. Voting will go through the 15th of December. You can vote here in the comments or send us a private message. Thank you for all your support! Now it's time to shave those faces.

The Aumsville Police Department and the Marion County Sheriff's Office assisted with handing out awards for the Special Olympics bowling event.

Lighting isn't the greatest, but here are just a few photos of Batman out on Halloween visiting with the trick or treaters.

Yesterday David Hagen was sworn in as our newest Reserve Police Officer. Pictures show him being sworn in, accepting his badge, and show the support from his family. Welcome aboard.

Batman and Batgirl are out and about handing out candy to the trick or treaters. Be on the lookout they're in a patrol car. Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween Everyone!!!! Be careful tonight while out and about. Drivers be aware of the trick-or-treaters that are walking around. Let's have a fun and safe Halloween.

Getting ready for the No Shave November Charity Event. No-Shave November’s mission is to not only raise funds for cancer research and treatment, but to educate the population about preventative measures. The Aumsville Police Department starts off with a before picture. At the end of November we will post another picture and the public can vote for best and worst beard. Officers pictured in the photo from left to right are: Reserve Officer Michael Jones, Reserve Sergeant Kenneth Buchheit, Reserve Officer Robert Tellefson, Chief Richard Schmitz, Officer Jordan Largent, Sergeant Damian Flowers, Senior Officer Shane Bird, Officer Brian Buchholz, and Officer Ryan Bambrick. Also in the picture is City Council member and Police Commissioner, Trina Lee and her husband Mike. Mike will be her proxy for the event, and they have already started to match our donation by donating $100. If you or anyone else you know wants to help out and donate to this great cause, please contact the Aumsville Police Department. Thank you for all of your support!!!

More photos of the kids for the bike to school event.

The bike to school event was a success and great fun. We enjoy helping out the school with this event. The staff from our department that assisted are listed below. From left to right: Officer Ryan Bambrick, Sgt. Damian Flowers, Officer Carl Gabba, Officer Jordan Largent, Chief Richard Schmitz, Police Support Specialist Brenda Campbell, Officer Shane Bird, and Officer Brian Buchholz. Thank you to the motorists for being observant for the kids and to their patience as they were held up for a few minutes.

Half way point after a restroom and water break at the Aumsville Fire Department.

Getting ready to start the bike ride. Excited kids!