Sherwood Police Department

  • Agency: Sherwood Police Department
  • Address: 20495 SW Borchers Dr, Sherwood, 97140 OR
  • Chief: Bill Middleton (Chief of Police)
Phone: (503) 625-5523
Fax: (503) 925-7159

Sherwood Police Department is located at 20495 SW Borchers Dr, Sherwood, 97140 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Bill Middleton. The Sherwood Police Department phone number is (503) 625-5523.

Sherwood Police Department News

Sherwood Police Foundation Donates Ballistic Shields to Boost Officer Safety (Photo)

The Officers and Staff from the Sherwood Police Department have been at the annual Red Robin Tip A Cop, to benefit Oregon Special Olympics. We have had a great day serving our community at the Sherwood Red Robin, in a little different way. We would like to thank everyone who came out to support Oregon Special Olympics! We had a great time meeting you today!

Tomorrow morning at 10:19 AM the City of Sherwood will be participating the the Great Oregon Shake Out. This is an earthquake prepardness drill in which City employees will Drop, Cover and Hold On! Federal, state, and local emergency management experts and other official preparedness organizations all agree that "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" is the appropriate action to reduce injury and death during earthquakes (learn why here). The ShakeOut is our opportunity to practice how to protect ourselves during earthquakes. This page explains what to do-- and what not to do. PROTECT YOURSELF. SPREAD THE WORD. Your past experience in earthquakes may give you a false sense of safety; you didn't do anything, or you ran outside, yet you survived with no injuries. Or perhaps you got under your desk and others thought you overreacted. However, you likely have never experienced the kind of strong earthquake shaking that is possible in much larger earthquakes: sudden and intense back and forth motions of several feet per second will cause the floor or the ground to jerk sideways out from under you, and every unsecured object around you could topple, fall, or become airborne, potentially causing serious injury. This is why you must learn to immediately protect yourself after the first jolt... don't wait to see if the earthquake shaking will be strong! In MOST situations, you will reduce your chance of injury if you: DROP where you are, onto your hands and knees. This position protects you from being knocked down and also allows you to stay low and crawl to shelter if nearby. COVER your head and neck with one arm and hand • If a sturdy table or desk is nearby, crawl underneath it for shelter • If no shelter is nearby, crawl next to an interior wall (away from windows) • Stay on your knees; bend over to protect vital organs HOLD ON until shaking stops • Under shelter: hold on to it with one hand; be ready to move with your shelter if it shifts • No shelter: hold on to your head and neck with both arms and hands. Why Drop, Cover, and Hold On? Our special report explains why official rescue teams, emergency preparedness experts, and others recommend "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" as the best way, in most situations, to protect yourself during earthquake shaking. Wherever you are, protect yourself! It is important to think about what you will do to protect yourself wherever you are. What if you are driving, in a theater, in bed, at the beach, etc.? The main point is to not try to move but to immediately protect yourself as best as possible where you are. Earthquakes occur without any warning and may be so violent that you cannot run or crawl; you therefore will most likely be knocked to the ground where you happen to be. You will never know if the initial jolt will turn out to be start of the big one. You should Drop, Cover, and Hold On immediately! In addition, studies of injuries and deaths caused by earthquakes in the U.S. over the last several decades indicate that you are much more likely to be injured by falling or flying objects (TVs, lamps, glass, bookcases, etc.) than to die in a collapsed building. Drop, Cover, and Hold On offers the best overall level of protection in most situations. As with anything, practice makes perfect. To be ready to protect yourself immediately when the ground begins to shake, practice Drop, Cover, and Hold On as children do in school at least once each year. What NOT to do: DO NOT get in a doorway! An early earthquake photo is a collapsed adobe home with the door frame as the only standing part. From this came our belief that a doorway is the safest place to be during an earthquake. In modern houses and buildings, doorways are no safer, and they do not protect you from flying or falling objects. Get under a table instead! DO NOT run outside! Trying to run in an earthquake is dangerous, as the ground is moving and you can easily fall or be injured by debris or glass. Running outside is especially dangerous, as glass, bricks, or other building components may be falling. You are much safer to stay inside and get under a table. DO NOT believe the so-called "triangle of life"! In recent years, an e-mail has circulated which has recommends potentially life threatening actions , and the source has been discredited by leading experts. For more information, check out this web site;

Sherwood Police Investigate Social Media Threat, Police Determine No Threat Exists

Sherwood Police Respond to Crash Involving a Fatality

Found! One male and one female German Shepherd mix were reported wandering around near Oregon & Tualatin-Sherwood this morning. They were eventually located near the Sherwood Public Library and transported to the Sherwood Family Pet Clinic. Please call 503-625-5664 if you think these cuties might belong to you. The Pet Clinic will hold them for one day.

Always an honor. Thank you Timberline Baptist for your love and support.

Sharing a few more photos of Irma's birthday. She got a special birthday treat at Handel's Ice Cream.

A very special member of the Sherwood Police Department celebrated a birthday on Saturday. Happy Birthday, Irma!

Do you have unwanted medications around your home? Help protect your family, your community, and the environment by properly disposing of them. WHAT TO BRING TO THE COLLECTION: • Expired or unwanted prescription medications • Un-needed over-the-counter medicines • Drugs that didn't work for you, a family member, or pet • Drugs that are no longer used • Medicine from deceased family members • Unknown tablets and capsules Leave all medicines in their original containers if possible. Please do NOT bring thermometers, needles, or medical waste of any type.

Your Sherwood Police Officers will be assisting the Red Robin wait staff and accepting tips to benefit Oregon Special Olympics. We hope you can swing on by!

Folks, it only takes a moment for something bad to happen. Please put the phone away.

Here are a couple more views from Coffee with a Cop at Symposium Coffee in Old Town Sherwood. Come on down and join us! #coffeewithacopday2017 #coffeewithacop

Coffee with a Cop is in full swing at the Sherwood Symposium. Come on down and meet some of your Sherwood Police Officers, and enjoy some free drip coffee! #coffeewithacopday2017 #coffeewithacop

Stop by Symposium in Old Town Sherwood tomorrow (10/4) morning from 9-11 for a cup of complimentary brewed coffee and a chance to visit with your local Police Officers.

Our hearts go out to all the victims and their loved ones affected by the tragedy in Vegas.

This is a great informational video from our friends at OSP.

Your 2016 SPD Annual Report is now ready for review:

The FBI has released 2016 crime data. Ever wonder how we compare? Check out these graphs.

First Responders Appreciation Week, 9/24-9/30

Police Advisory Board Meeting tomorrow (9/21) night @ 7:

Please note that the Car Seat Check Event that was scheduled for this Saturday (9/23) has been cancelled.

Congratulations to police academy graduates, Officer Colton Waker & Bethany Wittig!