North Plains Police Department

  • Agency: North Plains Police Department
  • Address: 31360 NW Commercial St, North Plains, 97133 OR
  • Chief: William Snyder (Chief of Police)
Phone: (503) 647-2604
Fax: (503)647-2031

North Plains Police Department is located at 31360 NW Commercial St, North Plains, 97133 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is William Snyder. The North Plains Police Department phone number is (503) 647-2604.

North Plains Police Department News

North Plains Police Department assisting Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue on a vehicle fire at Commercial and Main Street.

It was our pleasure to help out, John! Stay safe.

NPPD assisting the Washington County Sheriff's Office on a crash on the Jackson School overpass.

Officer Schutz patrolling the neighborhood with his partner. 💙

When the sun comes out on a day that there’s motors training... #blessed 🏍☀️

The North Plains Police Department immensely values the relationship with Forest Grove Police and is honored to work with this amazing agency. The amount of empathy, courage, and grace displayed by Chief Schutz is both inspiring and incredible. Congratulations Chief Schutz!

We cannot say enough thank yous to our dispatchers at WCCCA. They are the calm in the storm, and the people with all the answers! Thank you dispatch!

The North Plains Police Department assisting with Washington County Sheriff's Office, Hillsboro Firefighters, and Metro West Ambulance on a crash at Helvetia road and Groveland road.

NPPD Officer Schutz at the Boys and Girls club with Portland Trail Blazers player Zach Collins.

North Plains Police Department assisting Oregon State Police, Washington County Sheriff's Office, Banks Fire District 13 and ODOT on a fatal crash on HWY 26 at Pihl road. The highway is closed in both directions for the foreseeable future. Please use alternate routes. *EDIT* The highway is now open. 4:18 p.m.*

Thank you to the Girl Scout Troop who surprised the PD with cookies! 🍪😋 #copslovecookies

NORTH PLAINS POLICE DEPARTMENT-Media Release Warrant Phone Scam Targeting North Plains residences: On March 6th, 2018 a North Plains resident received a phone call from a male claiming to be an “IRS employee. The male stated there was a lawsuit against the resident for back taxes from 2015. The male also said that unless the resident immediately paid the full amount of “$2,000”, there would be an arrest warrant issued for the resident’s arrest. The male provided an “IRS employee ID number” and even had a second party who claimed to be a “Deputy with Washington County Sheriff’s Office” validate all that the male was saying. The resident was threatened multiple times with an arrest warrant unless the resident complied. Unfortunately the resident paid the $2,000.00 believing it would prevent a “warrant” being issued. Please be aware of scams like this! The people perpetrating these scams may have intimate details of your life, such as your spouse’s name, your current address, or your email address – making the scam seem very real. Please remember, the North Plains Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office does not accept any type of money or payment over the phone. If you have any doubts, please contact the North Plains Police Department (503-629-0111) or the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (503-629-0111). You can call the IRS customer service number at 1-800-829-1040. The following are five signs of an IRS scam, as the IRS does not: 1) Call you to demand immediate payment. 2) Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the chance to question or appeal the amount they say you owe. 3) Require you to use a certain payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card. 4) Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone. 5) Threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement to have you arrested for not paying.

Our hearts are with the Ashland Police Department and the family of Officer Williams.

NPPD assisting TVF&R with a medical call.

North Plains Police assisting Banks Fire District and the Washington County Sheriff's Office on a motor vehicle accident today!

The road is reopened as PGE crews are still on scene and working. For more information on this incident, please contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 503-629-0111.

North Plains Police Department is assisting the Washington County Sheriff’s Office on the down power line at Jackson School road @ Shadybrook road. Please avoid this area for the next couple of hours. Thank you!

A huge thank you to the Hillsboro Police Department, and Oregon State Police for helping with our 2017 Jingle Parade! It’s partnerships with other great agencies that help us provide the best service to our community!

Our hearts are heavy for the Hillsboro Police Department and K-9 Officer Zaugg.

Exciting news! Our officers now carry NARCAN in their cars! For those of you who don't know what NARCAN is, it's a lovely anti-opiate that pulls opiates out of the system in case of an overdose. Since police are often first on scene, administering this drug not only saves lives, but buys precious time to get the victim to the hospital.

Welcome to our newest Reserve Officer, Jason Bynon! We are so excited to have you as part of our team!

We are sending our thoughts out to Deputy Demmer for a speedy recovery!

Officer Schutz at the Boys and Girls Club Halloween event!

#tbt to when Chief Baker saved a citizen from an aggressive and blood thirsty T-Rex! 💪🏼👮🏻