Hillsboro Police Department

  • Agency: Hillsboro Police Department
  • Address: 250 SE 10th Ave, Hillsboro, 97123-3973 OR
  • Chief: Ronald J Louie (Chief of Police)

Hillsboro Police Department is located at 250 SE 10th Ave, Hillsboro, 97123-3973 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Ronald J Louie. The Hillsboro Police Department phone number is 503-681-6190.

Hillsboro Police Department News

It's Evergreen Behind the Scenes with Mondays with Mox! http://ow.ly/SKyU30jDO0L

RT @HillsboroPolice: https://t.co/UcMRfVrimG - Hillsboro Police Investigate Several Incidents of Criminal Mischief in Downtown Area (Photo)

Interested in learning how to #becomeourfuture? We are at the Law Enforcement Career Fair at DPSST in Salem until 2 PM. Can’t make it today? We will be back tomorrow from 10 AM to 2 PM to meet you and discuss the many wonderful career opportunities at HPD!

HPD K9 Blazer tracked and located a DUII hit and run suspect last night after a t-bone crash at 10th and Main.

Congratulations to our very own Management Specialist Kassie Keller for completing the Boston Marathon on Monday in 3 hours, 21 minutes. Way to go, Kassie! #Boston2018

Just a reminder - HPD Shred It, Saturday, May 5! Simply drive up and drop off. Best part, it’s free!

HPD Drug Turn In is coming soon! Simply drive up & drop off! Saturday, April 28, 10am-2pm! http://ow.ly/rAHj30ja3fn

It wouldn't be Monday without an episode of Mondays with Mox! This week they are talking Consent-Equity-Respect-Trust-Safety, which are all elements of healthy relationships. http://ow.ly/uEdC30jwrql

Please join us in welcoming Officer Marco Ramirez and Officer Alex Tobey, our two newest HPD family members, to the City of Hillsboro. Welcome aboard, gentlemen! #becomeourfuture

HPD K9s Blazer and Ace steal the show at Citizens’ Academy!

ICYMI: The Washington County Family Justice Center grand opening is happening today at 4:15pm, tour the facilities and meet the service providers until 7pm. Join us for a chance to learn about who they are, what they offer, and how you can help. For more: http://ow.ly/Eb1T30jsXVS

Do you own or manage a rental property in Washington County? Don't miss Landlord Forum tonight, 6:30pm, PCC Willow Creek! Attorneys from Warren Allen LLP will be discussing winning court strategies and mistake avoidance. It's free and no pre-registration is needed. See you there!

It's National Siblings Day, meet two brothers who work for different Washington County agencies but are dedicated to the same mission. Sheriff’s Office Deputy Michael Zaugg and Hillsboro Police Department Officer Cory Zaugg are continuing their family’s legacy of serving the Washington County community. Their father, Allen Zaugg, retired as a Hillsboro Police commander after 27 years of service.

Hillsboro Police Safety Town is just around the corner! Registration opens April 24 through Hillsboro Parks & Recreation! This week-long, half-day safety camp for five and six year olds offers a week of learning and fun! Sign up early, camp is limited to 48 kids! http://ow.ly/RwQ830jpW78

RT @MondaysWithMox: This week we want to remind students to finish strong through the last 10 (!) weeks of the school year. That we care about them. They CAN do it. We are there for them. Special thanks to @ChaseMielke ➡️https://t.co/ArGvhmfEmw @HillsboroPolice #courageup

We love our dispatchers WCCCA! Thank you for your calm in the chaos! We appreciate you every single day! This is your week, we hope you have a great one!

It’s Traffic Safety night at HPD Citizens’ Academy! With the help of “beer goggles” we explain SFSTs (Standardized Field Sobriety Tests)!

HPD says goodbye to medically retired K9 Timber. Timber, 5, was partnered with Officer Lee & served 2 years prior to retirement a few months ago.Timber was medically retired at the recommendation of his veterinarians due to the various conditions he was experiencing, no single diagnosis. The team had 41 captures & were an integral part of the local police canine community. RIP Timber, thank you for your service.

Do you want to serve our community in a unique and fulfilling way? Consider becoming a reserve police officer. Call us today at 503-681-5HPD to learn more about how to #becomeourfuture.

A big thank you to the Portland Winterhawks for honoring our very own Sergeant Dan O’Loughlin as tonight’s Hometown Hero before their playoff game against the Spokane Chiefs. Well done, Sergeant O’Loughlin, and go Hawks!

Get all the latest from HPD in our monthly e-newsletter, The Badge & Beyond! This month's issue includes a Message from Your Chief, Landscaping Tips to Deter Crime, Safety Town Summer Camp details, upcoming events and more.... http://ow.ly/sZtA30jiePB

A great start to Safety Academy tonight with Tigard PD officers teaching adults with developmental disabilities about safety in public and on transit! All part of the Westside Crime Prevention Coalition.

Mondays with Mox is back from Spring Break! This week they chat with Washington County Juvenile Justice about real life consequences that can happen around the misuse of social media, texting and physical harm/harassment. Learn more: http://ow.ly/tbq230jhdOR

It's time to start gathering those personal, sensitive documents for shredding!