Pendleton Police Department

  • Agency: Pendleton Police Department
  • Address: 622 Airport Rd, Pendleton, 97801 OR
  • Chief: Stuart Roberts (Chief of Police)
Phone: (541) 276-4411
Fax: (541) 276-9108
Email:

Pendleton Police Department is located at 622 Airport Rd, Pendleton, 97801 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Stuart Roberts. The Pendleton Police Department phone number is (541) 276-4411.

Pendleton Police Department News

LOCATED.............

Look familiar...22-year-old Rodrick Edmiston was last seen three days ago when he was with his caretakers at Wal-Mart, but was able to slip out of their custody. (His hair is shorter than the photo depicted) If you have seen him or know of his whereabouts, please contact the City County Dispatch Center 541-966-0351

Every now and then we are touched by a "feel good" story of honesty and integrity. On Christmas Eve, Nathan and Gracie were traveling through the area when they stopped at the View Point east of Pendleton. Unfortunately as Gracie dusted the snow from her pants, her wedding ring went flying. After searching and searching, they gave up but determined to return and look again. Seven days later, 8-year-old Parker Boren of Pilot Rock and his grandparents, Cindy and Larry had decided to make a quick stop at the View Point as well when Parker found the ring!! Parker, his mother and his grandparents reported the ring to the Oregon State Police and the Pendleton Police. Police Assistant Bonifer was determined to locate the owners and through some detective work of her own, she was able to do just that! Gracie and Nathan returned to Pendleton from their home in Washington to meet young Parker and praised him for his honesty, along with an awesome set of Legos and a gift as well for his family for raising an honest young man!

We are fortunate to periodically receive treats and snacks from Pendleton community members. Today the Pendleton Police Department would like to thank Allison Mulcare, Miss Idaho National Miss, for her very generous gifts to PPD on this 2018 Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Please know these kindnesses do not go unnoticed by our officers, administration, and staff. Thanks to all of you who have reached out with a kind word or gesture. It is nice to be appreciated. Take care, be kind to one another, be safe.

As part of no shave November and in support of the Anson Strong campaign, students across the district have been participating in a fundraiser. The winning class got to choose the beard design that “SRO Zaugg” would wear for the day. Congratulations to students of Washington Elementary for winning. Great job to all students who raised just over $867(your coins added up fast!) Now go rock that sparkly beard 🤣 Photo/Makeover credit: Mrs. Zaugg :)

The Warming Station is in need of volunteers - however you must go to a training first. The next training is Saturday, December 9th at 10 a.m. at the Warming Station...please help if you can!

What an awesome night working with the great staff at Hamley's Steakhouse!!! Thank you everyone that came out to support the Anson Fairbank family, the American Cancer Society and OUR community!!! Photo Cred - Jeanine Youncs (thank you!)

DON'T FORGET....Enjoy a night out at Hamley’s Steakhouse while Pendleton Police Officers turn in their handcuffs for aprons to serve you! Friday, December 1st 5-8 p.m. There is still time to donate online at http://ppd.pendleton.or.us/

Sunridge Middle School is on lockout - your children are safe! There was a report of a student threatening to harm other students. This matter should be cleared up quickly - officers are on scene. **UPDATE***The school is clear and students are free to leave the area.

Check out our website to make donations in the name of your favorite bearded officer!! http://ppd.pendleton.or.us/

PayPal is up and running on our web page http://ppd.pendleton.or.us/ Officers are also accepting cash and check donations directly or through the mail to the PPD at 622 AIrport Road. Our officers are engaged in a "friendly" competition so make sure you include who your supporting in the "special instructions" line of the PayPal page with your donation! REMEMBER - All donations are going to #AnsonStrong and the American Cancer Society local chapter!!

One of Pendleton Police Department's own - We are so very proud of your service Officer Lambert!

FOUND PROPERTY!! Large duffle bag containing an assortment of Wildland Firefighting items - call to identify!! Contact Officer Golter at 541-276-4411

November is upon us! No Shave November is an annual event involving growing facial hair during the month of November to raise cancer awareness. We want to evoke conversations, raise awareness and support cancer prevention, research and education. Each of us has been impacted by cancer in one way or another and we want to do something that will help make a difference. We have been touched by two-year-old Anson Fairbank who is undergoing treatment for leukemia, therefore we will be donating a portion of our donated funds to his family, as well as the local American Cancer Society chapter. Please support us in our biggest fundraiser at Hamley's Steakhouse Friday, December 1st 5-8pm. We will also be setting up a PayPal account to accept donations - more information and PHOTOS to come!!

November is upon us! No Shave November is an annual event involving growing facial hair during the month of November to raise cancer awareness. We want to evoke conversations, raise awareness and support cancer prevention, research and education. Each of us has been impacted by cancer in one way or another and we want to do something that will help make a difference. We have been touched by two-year-old Anson Fairbank who is undergoing treatment for leukemia, therefore we will be donating a portion of our donated funds to his family, as well as the local American Cancer Society chapter. Please support us in our biggest fundraiser at Hamley's Steakhouse Friday, December 1st 5-8pm. We will also be setting up a PayPal account to accept donations - more information and PHOTOS to come!!

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The Police Department as received reports of people receiving calls from our number identifying themselves as the police, then asking for money and/or personal information and if they refused a warrant would be issued. THIS IS A SCAM!. Please don't share your personal information or agree to giving any money to these callers - they can be rude and ruthless but don't give in...just hang up!!

Update....Rodrick Edmiston has been located. Thank you for your assistance. 22-year-old Rodrick Edmiston was last seen this morning at a local court committed adult care facility. He was wearing tan shorts and a blue long sleeved shirt. (His hair is shorter than the photo depicted) If you have seen him or know of his whereabouts, please contact the City County Dispatch Center 541-966-0351

What a special place to have in Pendleton!

UPDATE....09/26/17 2:30 p.m. The stolen elk head and antlers were recovered and will soon be returned to their owner!! The case is still under investigation. Thank you for the social media assistance - over 355,000 people were reached through Facebook!! Hunt of a lifetime destroyed by thieves!!! Stolen Elk head/horns from Super 8 Motel parking lot between Sunday evening and this morning!! Please contact law enforcement if you have any information!