Beaverton Police Department

  • Agency: Beaverton Police Department
  • Address: The Griffith Drive Building, 4755 SW Griffith Drive, Beaverton, 97005 OR
  • Chief: David Bishop (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-526-2260

Beaverton Police Department is located at The Griffith Drive Building, 4755 SW Griffith Drive, Beaverton, 97005 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is David Bishop. The Beaverton Police Department phone number is 503-526-2260.

Beaverton Police Department News

On April 23rd, our traffic safety team will be at SW 125th/ SW Fanno Creek from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The traffic team will be doing a crosswalk/pedestrian mission at the crosswalk. Please always watch for pedestrians in crosswalks.

Extra 420 DUII Patrols On April 20th, 2018, also known as 420 day, Beaverton Police Department will have dedicated DUII enforcement officers on the streets. Officers who are certified as Drug Recognition Experts will also be available to assist in processing people arrested for a drug related DUII. Drug recognition experts are certified to recognize the signs and symptoms that all seven drug categories have on the human body. Buzzed driving, whether alcohol or drugs, is drunk driving. Beaverton Police Department urges people who use intoxicating substances to find a sober ride home.

Looking for a career in law enforcement? Please join us at a Law Enforcement Career Fair on April 20th and 21st in Salem. Beaverton Police Department, along with many other law enforcement agencies will be answering your questions about entering a career in public safety.

Free Child Safety Seat Clinic On April 21st, 2018 Beaverton Police Department, along with Safe Kids Coalition of Washington County and Kuni Auto Center, will be offering a free child safety seat clinic. The clinic will run from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the Kuni Auto Center located at 3725 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005. Motor-vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death nationwide for children ages 1-12. In 2015, 1,353 children under age 9 were injured in Oregon traffic crashes; six children died. It's estimated that car seats may increase crash survival by 71% for infants under 1 year old, and by up to 59% for toddlers ages 1-4. Booster seats may reduce the chance of nonfatal injury among 4- to 8-year-olds by 45% compared to safety belts used alone. For more information about the proper fit of a child safety seat please visit No appointment is necessary so please just drop in. Arriving early is recommended as we sometimes have more vehicles than we can accommodate during the event timeframe. Each car seat check will take approximately 30 minutes.

Training teachers at the next level for active threat situations. On Friday April 13th, your teachers from Hiteon Elementary School volunteered to take the next step in their active threat response training. Beaverton Police School Resource Officers taught the core lessons in surviving an active threat situation. Teachers learned how to apply a tourniquet for hemorrhage control, barricading doors and how to fight an active threat to survive and keep your children safe. Many thanks to our SRO team and the staff at Hiteon for a great training.

Thanks to Brian and Tina West at Allstate Insurance for holding a Shred Event for our Emergency/Victim Services today! Victim Advocate volunteers were present to accept food donations, and their sponsorship of this event qualifies BPD to apply for a grant from The Allstate Foundation. This grant helps us provide emergency services to people in need in our community - specifically those in domestic violence situations.

Suspect Arrested For Sex Trafficking Of A Child On April 11th, 2018 authorities arrested 47-year-old James Keenan, of Vancouver Washington, for Sex Trafficking of a Child. Mr. Keenan was located and arrested in Hazlet, New Jersey yesterday after a federal grand jury in Portland, Oregon indicted Mr. Keenan on April 5th, 2018. Mr. Keenan was indicted for the following crimes: Sex Trafficking of a Child, Attempted Sex Trafficking of a Child and Attempted Enticement. The indictment and arrest follow a month long investigation by detectives from the Beaverton Police Department and the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force. This is an ongoing investigation. The underage victim is being provided services to help during her recovery process. Portland FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force, CETF, is a law-enforcement partnership that is dedicated to identifying and arresting child predators, recovering minor victims of sex trafficking and on-line exploitation, and addressing sexual exploitation. The CETF consists of FBI agents, detectives, and officers from Portland-area agencies that have a firm commitment in addressing child exploitation. The member agencies are Beaverton Police Department, Portland Police Bureau, Tigard Police Department, Hillsboro Police Department, and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. An indictment is only an accusation of a crime, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

April 8-14 is National Crime Victim's Rights week. The theme for National Crime Victims’ Rights week 2018 is “Expand the Circle: Reach All Victims,” which emphasizes the importance of inclusion in victim services. When victims feel understood and supported, they are more likely to seek services. Victim rights should be Heard at sentencing, Informed, and Present. Beaverton Police is dedicated to providing victims with the services they deserve. #BeHIP2018 #NCVRW2018

Beaverton Police Department 2018 Police Service Awards Ceremony The Beaverton Police Department’s 2018 Police Service Awards and Recognition Ceremony will be Thursday, April 12, 2018, beginning at 5:00 p.m. The ceremony location will be Southwest Bible Church, located at 14605 SW Weir Road, and will take place in the main sanctuary. We will be honoring citizens from our community, officers and non-sworn members of the Beaverton Police Department. This ceremony is open to the public and media. Please join us for this wonderful event and the opportunity to recognize those individuals who have gone above and beyond in keeping the City of Beaverton a safe place to live and work.

National public safety telecommunicators week. This week we would like everyone to thank all the dispatchers at Washington County Dispatch. WC dispatch fields all 911 and non-emergency calls made within our county. The men and women behind the phones take care of us all: whether it be providing CPR instructions to a distraught family member, watching the backs of our law enforcement officers and fire fighters or relaying critical patient information to a paramedic crew. Dispatchers are sometimes the forgotten first responders because we do not see them. Well, this week, we do see dispatch for the heroes they are. Thank you for being you from the bottom of our hearts.

Beaverton Police have arrested 47-year-old Gregory Dennis Hall for the early-morning shooting death of his father, 80-year-old Dennis Robert Hall. At 5:19 am on April 6th, 2018, Beaverton Police Officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 7000 block of SW Hoodview Place. The caller, Gregory Hall, reported he had shot his father. When Officers arrived, they took Gregory into custody and Dennis was transported to a local hospital. Unfortunately, Dennis died as a result of his injuries. The Washington County Major Crimes Team is in the early stages of the investigation into this tragic situation. Gregory has been charged with Murder and is being held at the Washington County Jail.

‪A room full of police, fire, EMS and educators talking about how to keep students safe at school. Thanks to Beaverton School District for hosting this First Responder Partnership Breakfast. ‬

Six New Police Officers Sworn In On April 2nd, 2018, Chief Jim Monger swore in six new police officers. All six will start their official training today, April 3rd. Please help us welcome Officer Cindyjo Boungnavath, Officer Joshua Croissant, Officer Michael Gaskell, Officer Kyle Sahnow, Officer Jacob Severson and Officer Jonathan Basulto to our ranks. Beaverton Police Department now has 140 sworn police officers.

Average BAC in March Alcohol DUII’s was .15% The Beaverton Police Department is participating in a yearlong National Traffic Safety Campaign again in 2018. The focus of this campaign is taking impaired drivers off our streets, keeping Beaverton a safe city to travel and live. Officers were out on targeted patrols for impaired drivers during the month of March and made 33 DUII arrests. During the month of April, officers will continue their efforts to take impaired drivers off the streets of our no refusal city. This High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) detail was paid for by grant funds. Out of the 33 arrests, 7 people refused to take a breath test and a warrant for a blood draw was granted. Out of the people who were arrested for an alcohol related DUII and provided a breath sample, the average blood alcohol content in their blood was .15%. 15 Of the 33 DUII drivers in March crashed their car prior to being arrested. Drunk driving, impaired driving or buzzed driving all have the potential to claim lives and often will result in jail time. The men and women of the Beaverton Police Department ask you to please use a designated driver or find another sober ride home.

ASSAULT UPDATE: 04/02/2018 The victim, 33-year-old Lisa Seeling of Beaverton, was diagnosed with a fractured zygomatic bone in her face which will require surgery. Officers upgraded the criminal charges against Mr. Pathammavong to Assault in the Second Degree, which is a measure 11 crime. 04/01/2018 Fred Meyer Assault At 3:21 pm, BPD officers responded to Fred Meyer at 15995 SW Walker Rd regarding multiple 911 calls reporting an assault. Bystanders were holding down the suspect when we arrived. 44-year-old Hathasone Pathammavong was arrested for Assault in the Fourth Degree. Witness stated Pathammavong entered the store, walked up to the victim who was helping other customers and punched the victim in the head. The victim was taken to Westside Kaiser for precautions. Pathammavong was lodged at Washington County Jail.

Fred Meyer Assault At 3:21 pm, BPD officers responded to Fred Meyer at 15995 SW Walker Rd regarding multiple 911 calls reporting an assault. Bystanders were holding down the suspect when we arrived. 44-year-old Hathasone Pathammavong was arrested for Assault in the Fourth Degree. Witness stated Pathammavong entered the store, walked up to the victim who was helping other customers and punched the victim in the head. The victim was taken to Westside Kaiser for precautions. Pathammavong was lodged at Washington County Jail.

Robbery At Marijuana Dispensary On March 31st, 2018 at 11:41 am, Beaverton Police officers responded to a robbery at Growing ReLeaf located at 4160 SW 109th Ave Beaverton, Oregon. Store employees told officers a male stole a glass jar full of marijuana and ran out the front door. Store employees stated they confronted the male as he was trying to get into a vehicle. A store employee said the male pushed the employee to the ground and threatened the employee. A store employee told officers a female was driving the get-away vehicle. The marijuana was worth over $1000 dollars. Officers reviewed the security footage and was able to identify the suspect as 23-year-old Devonte Gregory Stewart from Portland. Mr. Stewart is also wanted by Beaverton Police Department in connection with a theft at the same location in February. The female accomplice has not yet been identified. If anyone has information regarding this incident or the whereabouts of Mr. Stewart, they are urged to call Beaverton Police at 503-629-0111.

Four Arrested In A Stolen Vehicle On March 29th, 2018 at 1:40 pm, Beaverton Police officers arrested four adults in a stolen vehicle after two of them were seen stealing power tools from Home Depot. At 1:36 pm, a Home Depot loss prevention employee reported two adults had stolen power tool sets. The loss prevention employee told officers the suspects left in a vehicle and was able to provide officers with a license plate and description of the vehicle. Officers in the area were able to find the vehicle a block away from the store. The vehicle, a red 1999 Honda Civic, was stolen in Portland on March 28th. The ignition of the vehicle was destroyed which allowed the vehicle to be driven without a key. Officers found $1453 dollars worth of stolen merchandise inside the vehicle that included DeWalt power tools, DeWalt power tool combo kits and Milwaukee power tool combo kits. Officers also found evidence of identity theft. The four suspects found in the stolen vehicle were 28-Year-old Michael Jensen, 33-Yearold David Moriarty, 25-Year-old Jodi Griffith and 40-Year-old Julie Scott. Julie Scott was charged with Theft in the First Degree and 8 counts of Identity Theft. David Moriarty was charged with Theft in the First Degree and 2 outstanding warrants. Jodi Griffith was charged with 1 outstanding warrant. Michael Jensen was charged with Theft in the First Degree and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle.

Our newest police officers came to visit us today. Officer Logan and Officer Katie. They were eating nearby with their mom and stopped by. The reasons we do what we do.

Come get a free cup of coffee and conversation with your local police officers today. 8-10am at Sunrise Bagels on Barnes Road. Hope to see everyone there.

Attempted Kidnap Suspect Pleads To 100 Months On March 22nd, 2018 Robert Friesen pled guilty to Unlawful Sexual Penetration in the First Degree and Attempted Kidnapping in the First Degree in Washington County Circuit Court. In June of 2017, Beaverton Police investigated the attempted kidnapping of a 16-year-old girl in the 5800 block of SW Erickson Ave. In September of 2017, detectives arrested and charged Mr. Friesen with Attempted Kidnapping in the First Degree, Menacing and Unlawful Use Of A Weapon. Evidence collected during the course of our investigation helped link Mr. Friesen to a sexual assault which occurred in unincorporated Washington County in May 2017. Mr. Friesen’s victim in this case was a 25-year-old woman and occurred in the 5000 block of SW 173rd Ave. Mr. Friesen was sentenced to 100 months in prison, 20 years of post-prison supervision and sex offender registry for the Unlawful Sexual Penetration in the First Degree. Mr. Friesen was sentenced to 34 months and 3 years of post-prison supervision for the Attempted Kidnapping in the First Degree.

JOIN US FOR A CUP OF COFFEE ON US! Police officers and community members come together in an informal, neutral space like this location to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. In over 80 cities in 24 states, Coffee with a Cop has done wonders for community trust and partnership building. One of the keys to Coffee with a Cop’s success is that it removes the physical barriers that routinely exist between police officers and community members. Informal contact in a friendly atmosphere increases trust between police officers and the members of our community which is critical to public safety and problem solving. Event Date: Wednesday – March 28, 2018 Location: Sunrise Bagels 10902 SW Barnes Rd Time: 8:00 – 10:00 AM

Fraud Alert Please be on the lookout for fraudulent checks showing up in your mailbox. One of our employees received a fraudulent check addressed to her at the police department. How to spot a fraudulent check: 1. Examine the check. Most legitimate business checks will have one edge that is rough or perforated. 2. Look for a bank logo on the check. If there is no bank logo the check is likely fake. 3. Check for irregularities. Check for spelling or typing errors within any of the printed areas. If you spot a misspelling the check is likely fraudulent. 4. Checks that accompany letters which request the recipient to send money back in exchange for cashing the check are always fraudulent. Thing to do with a questionable check: 1. Check with your local bank to see if the check if fraudulent. 2. Contact the company who supposedly wrote the check. Legitimate businesses become victims of fraud and have their information printed on fraudulent checks. 3. Don’t cash suspicious checks without talking to your bank first. 4. Contact your local law enforcement agency.

Two Arrested For Felony Theft On March 20, 2018 Beaverton Police officers arrested 24-year-old Nicasio McCoy and 49-year-old Megel Perez for theft in the first degree, a class C Felony. At 9:18 AM officers were called to the 6500 block of SW Old Scholls Ferry Road regarding a male who overdosed. When officers arrived they noticed various items they suspected were stolen inside the home. Mr. McCoy allegedly confessed to stealing the items from various store locations and also implicated Mr. Perez in the thefts. Mr. Perez was transported to St. Vincent Hospital for medical treatment. Among the alleged stolen items were jeans, purses and electronic equipment. The value of the alleged stolen items totaled approximately 1700 dollars. At 12:36 PM Mr. Perez checked himself out of the hospital and immediately ran from our officer waiting for him to be discharged. After a short foot pursuit which ended in the northbound lanes of Hwy 217 at Hwy 26, Mr. Perez was taken into custody. The freeway was shut down for a short time for the safety of Mr. Perez and our officers. Mr. McCoy and Mr. Perez were transported to Washington County Jail. Mr. McCoy was charged with theft in the first degree and an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Multnomah County. Mr. Perez was charged with theft in the first degree, interfering with a police officer, providing false information to a police officer and an outstanding felony probation violation warrant.

Missing Person Beaverton Police Department is currently looking for 22-year-old Malik James Gomes. Mr. Gomes walked away from his residence in Beaverton and has not been seen since March 16th at approximately 10:00 AM. Mr. Gomes is 5’10” tall, 190 pounds, black hair and brown eyes. Mr. Gomes was last seen wearing dark clothing. If anyone has seen Mr. Gomes or has information regarding his whereabouts please call Beaverton Police at 503-629-0111.