Keizer Police Department

  • Agency: Keizer Police Department
  • Address: 930 Chemawa Rd NE, Keizer, 97303 OR
  • Chief: H Marc Adams (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-390-3713
Fax: 503-390-8295

Keizer Police Department is located at 930 Chemawa Rd NE, Keizer, 97303 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is H Marc Adams. The Keizer Police Department phone number is 503-390-3713.

Keizer Police Department News

Keizer PD, Salem PD, and Marion County Sheriff's Office worked with Special Olympics athletes to help serve drinks and bus tables to earn "tips" at "Tip a Cop" on Saturday. We raised $3,162, all of which will stay here in the Marion/Polk County area to fund sports equipment and gear for our local athletes. It was amazing to see all the enthusiasm and generosity from the patrons and the staff at Red Robin! Thank you everyone!

Update: The specific location of the Salem Civic Center drop site is the bus pull-out at Peace Plaza in the 500 block of Commercial Street SE. Participants can drive through and drop off their medications without getting out of their cars. Do you have expired medications lingering in your medicine cabinet? Leftover pain relievers from your shoulder surgery a year ago? Make the choice to dispose of them responsibly on Saturday October 28, 2017! Rather than flushing them (which contaminates drinking water resources) or putting them in the trash (where curious kids and teens might access them), bring them to one of 3 convenient locations to dispose of them for free! Can't make it on Saturday? Dispose of unwanted medications in the Keizer Police Department lobby during normal business hours.

Officers and support staff from KPD will be joining Salem Police Department and Marion County Sheriff's Office to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Oregon at Red Robin on Saturday October 21! Officers and support staff will assist the real restaurant servers, and patrons will have the opportunity to "tip" the pretend servers, with all of the money going straight to Special Olympics Oregon! (Please plan to tip your real server as well, please!). KPD will arrive for the dinner shift beginning at 4PM. You needed a night out anyway, right?

Chemawa Road NE between Verda Lane NE and Kinglet Way NE is CLOSED !!! Motorist are advised to use an alternate route and to avoid this stretch of roadway. PGE, Xfinity and other contractors continue to work in the area to replace poles, electrical and telecommunications infrastructure that was damaged earlier today by an accident. KPD has been advised the road closure could extend well into this evening or early Saturday morning.

The Keizer Police Department says goodbye to a valued partner. On October 11th around 4:00 pm, Keizer Police K9 Bruno passed away from a severe bacterial infection. Officer Keniston took K9 Bruno to the veterinarian on Tuesday, October 10th, to have an abscessed tooth removed. K9 Bruno exhibited a couple other symptoms that were not related to the abscessed tooth, so the veterinarian imaged Bruno's chest. The results showed a few lumps in the chest area and near the lungs. Doctors at the veterinarian clinic recommended Officer Keniston take Bruno to Dove Lewis Animal Hospital in Portland. Bruno was immediately taken to Portland. Doctors at the animal hospital discovered K9 Bruno had a severe bacterial infection. There was an attempt to clear the infection, but the infection had spread too far. K9 Bruno passed away less than 24 hours later. K9 Bruno was only five years old. K9 Bruno and Officer Scott Keniston have been working together since June of 2014. K9 Bruno served the citizens of Keizer in several ways, as a tracking and apprehension K9, but also as an educational K9. K9 Bruno and Officer Keniston gave several presentations a year to school aged children. K9 Bruno was purchased in large part by donations from the citizens of Keizer. In the next few months the Keizer Police Department will begin the process of purchasing another K9. The Keizer Police K9 program is largely supported by the generosity of the community. Donations have played a large part in our ability to maintain our K9 program at the high level of proficiency to which our community has become accustomed. The cost for a new K9 and the required training totals around $15,000. The KPD is asking for support in this very worthwhile investment in the safety of our community. Tax deductible donations can be delivered to the Keizer Police Department, or mailed to PO Box 21000, Keizer OR 97307-1000. Questions can be directed to the K9 Unit supervisor, Sgt. Jeff Goodman, at 503-390-3713 ext. 3470.

Tonight! K9 Buster and his partner, Officer Jefferson, will be in attendance with other personnel from the Keizer Police Department! Stop by and say hi!

Thank you to the friendly, helpful staff at the Keizer Station McDonald's for supporting our second "Coffee with a Cop" event on October 4! We enjoy these opportunities to connect with our community. Keep a lookout for information about our upcoming EVENING Coffee with a Cop (decaf option, maybe?) happening in February!

As of October 1, 2017, Oregon has a new, much more restrictive law relating to the safe use of electronic devices in vehicles. Please take a few minutes to make sure you understand how this law applies to you, your family, or your business.

It's hard to believe, but October 4 is just over a week away! We are looking forward to seeing you at Coffee with a Cop! There is no RSVP needed; drop in anytime between 8:30 & 10:30!

Next week, September 24-September 30, is First Responder Appreciation Week in Oregon! We at the KPD feel very fortunate to live in a society where we can depend on emergency services in our time of need. Our 911 dispatchers, firefighters, EMTs, law enforcement officers, and Search & Rescue volunteers are there for us every day of every week; let's spend next week saying thank you! Please feel free to share about a time when a first responder was there for you when you needed them.

Keizer Police Department Media Release - UPDATE KEIZER POLICE RESPOND TO STABBING ON MCNARY HEIGHTS AT MCNARY VIEW ESTATES Location: 283 McNary Heights Drive North Keizer, Oregon Date & Time: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 3:40 PM ARRESTED: James Darryl Casey 283 McNary Heights Drive North Keizer, Oregon Date of Birth: 12/18/1986 Age: 30 Gender: Male ASSAULT IN THE SECOND DEGREE $20,000.00 UNLAWFUL USE OF A WEAPON $10,000.00 VICTIM: William Session Casey Keizer, Oregon Age: 25 Gender: Male On Wednesday, September 13, 2017, at 3:40 p.m., Keizer Police officers responded to a report of a stabbing that occurred during a domestic disturbance inside the residence located at 283 McNary Heights Drive North - McNary View Estates. The two individuals involved in the incident are brothers who reside at this residence with their mother. The brothers were identified as 30-year old James Darryl Casey and 25-year old William Session Casey. Both brothers sustained injuries caused by knives during the altercation, but both were treated and released from the Salem Hospital. Investigators arrested James Darryl Casey for one count of Assault in the Second Degree (Domestic), and for one count of Unlawful Use of a Weapon. He was transported to the Marion County Correctional Facility late last evening and he was lodged. He was scheduled to appear in court this afternoon. No further information is being released at this time.

Keizer Police Department Media Release Keizer Police Respond To Stabbing At McNary Heights Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 Time: 3:40 p.m. On Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 3:40 p.m. patrol officers from the Keizer Police Department responded to a 9-1-1 call reporting ta stabbing had just occurred at 283 McNary Heights Drive North. Upon their arrival officers found two males subjects inside the residence that both appeared to have been stabbed. Both subjects were immediately transported to the Salem Hospital by paramedics. The medical condition of both subjects is not known at this time and their identities are not being released until more facts about this incident are known. The scene of the incident has been secured and investigators remain on scene investigating this incident. Investigators are taking steps to obtain a search warrant for the residence before processing the scene of the apparent crime. The preliminary investigation indicates this was an isolated incident between two brothers. Investigators have no reason to believe this was a random incident or that anyone from the general public is in danger. No additional information about this incident is expected to be released until Thursday, September 14th. Anyone who may have witnessed this incident or otherwise have information about it are asked to contact Detective Ben Howden at 503-390-3713 Ext. 3525.

Suicide is a tragedy that affects people from all backgrounds, ages, cultures, and communities. All of us at the Keizer Police Department want you to know that you are not alone, whether you are thinking about suicide or are concerned about a loved one who is. You have 24 hour access to support at 1-800-273-8255. Please write that number down or put it in your phone so it is always available. Please also take a few minutes to learn the 5 Action Steps you can take to help someone who may be considering suicide. Thank you.

The Keizer Police Department will always remember the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the many heroes who lost their lives while saving others.

National "Coffee with a Cop" Day is Wednesday, October 4! Please join the Keizer Police Department at the McDonald's on Keizer Station Blvd from 8:30-10:30 AM. Bring your questions and concerns, or just stop by for a casual conversation and a (free!) cup of coffee! Officers and command staff from various units will be available to chat, and we'll have some police cars and motorcycles to show off to the kids. NOTE: Stay tuned for an EVENING "Coffee with a Cop" coming up in February. If you would like more information, please contact our Community Outreach Specialist Dorothy Diehl at or 503-856-3472.

ORS 811.155 Failure To Stop For Bus Safety Lights - Traffic Violation A driver commits the offense of failure to stop for bus safety lights if the driver meets or overtakes from either direction any vehicle that is stopped on a roadway and that is operating red bus safety lights and the driver does not: stop before reaching the vehicle; and remain standing until the bus safety lgiths are no longer operating.

KEIZER POLICE DEPARTMENT MEDIA RELEASE - CYNTHIA MARTINEZ MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION Members of the Keizer Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.), the Oregon Department of Justice, the Marion County District Attorney's Office and investigators from several other local law enforcement agencies to include, but not limited to the Salem Police Department, Marion County Sheriff's Office and the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office continue to actively investigate the disappearance of Cynthia Martinez. A remarkable number of resources remain dedicated to this investigation as we continue to try to locate both Cynthia Martinez and Jaime Alvarez Olivera who has been named a person of interest in this investigation. Today the Keizer Police Department is releasing a new missing person bulletin to the public hoping that it will generate further leads or tips for investigators to follow up on. Investigators would like to talk to anyone who may have observed or captured the minivan pictured in the new bulletin or the involved persons on surveillance or trail cameras between Sunday, July 16th at 2:30 a.m. and Monday, July 17th at 11:45 a.m. in any rural, farmland or forested areas northeast of Keizer, Brooks, Lake Labish, Silverton, Mt. Angel, Scotts Mills or Molalla, Oregon. These areas include both privately and publicly owned properties that may be frequented by property owners, farmers, field workers, hikers, hunters, fisherman, loggers, tree planters, fire patrols, forest managers and any others who frequent these specific areas. Anyone who may have information about this investigation or who has had any contact with Jaime Alvarez Olivera on or after July 16, 2017, is asked to call the Keizer Police tip line immediately at 503-856-3529.

Officers from the Keizer Police Department enjoyed some great conversations with some great people this morning at our first "Coffee with a Cop"! Thank you to our host, Birdie's Bistro, and to everyone who came to visit with us. If you missed us today, watch for more of these events in the near future!

A friendly reminder - Our first Coffee with a Cop is this morning. Stop by for a cup and a conversation with no agenda.

We would like to thank the motorists and pedestrians for their patience and understanding after we closed Wheatland Road at Parkmeadow for over two hours this morning while this incident was being resolved.

WHEATLAND ROAD N. AT PARKMEADOW DRIVE NE IS OPEN. Thank you for your patience and understanding!