Tigard Police Department

  • Agency: Tigard Police Department
  • Address: 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, 97223 OR
  • Chief: Alan F Orr (Chief of Police)
Phone: (503) 639-6168
Fax: 503-684-5654

Tigard Police Department is located at 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, 97223 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Alan F Orr. The Tigard Police Department phone number is (503) 639-6168.

Tigard Police Department News

An on-duty Tigard Police Traffic Safety Officer responding to an emergency call, was struck while riding his motorcycle shortly after 7:00 a.m. this morning. The crash occurred in the northbound lanes of Pacific Highway near Greenburg Rd. in Tigard. The officer was transported by ambulance to a local hospital with non- life threatening injuries and is stable. The driver of the vehicle involved remained at the scene and is fully cooperating with police investigators.

Landlords and property managers: Register for our 8-hour landlord training class- taught by John Campbell of Campbell DeLong Resources, Inc.- to learn about best practices in property management and how to keep illegal activity off of your rental property. This training is scheduled for Saturday, November 18th from 8am-4pm. For more info and to register, please visit: http://www.tigard-or.gov/police/landlord.php This training is brought to you by the Westside Crime Prevention Coalition: Beaverton Police, Hillsboro Police, Tigard Police and the Washington County Sheriff's Office.

Our day-shift officers are clean-shaven & ready to grow on Day 1 of No-Shave November. Find out more about this worthy cause: https://no-shave.org/member/Tigard_Police_Department

Our swing-shift officers are clean-shaven & ready to grow on Day 1 of No-Shave November. "For over six years, participants around the globe have put down their razors and foregone their hair appointments to join the fight against cancer. The No-Shave November campaign has successfully raised over $3.5 million dollars to combat this disease. Every dollar raised brings us one step closer in our efforts to fund cancer research and education, help prevent the disease, and aid those fighting the battle." Find out more about this worthy cause: https://no-shave.org/member/Tigard_Police_Department

Our Chief calls for backup

Community Service Officer Garino takes a moment away from traffic control to hand out some treats

Trick or treat starts early on Main Street. Chief McAlpine has already given out most of her candy.

We collected 160lbs of meds from 66 households today. Nice job Tigard!

It’s a great day to clean out your medicine cabinet. Drop off your meds today at TPD until 2pm http://www.tigard-or.gov/police/drug_drop_box.php

Keep our waterways clean. Don't flush Rx drugs down. Drop them off this Saturday. #deatakeback: http://www.tigard-or.gov/document_center/Police/News/171023_DrugTurnInEvent.pdf

Choose other options for package theft prevention instead of giving delivery people access to your home:

The new distracted driving law makes it illegal to drive while holding or using an electronic device such as a cell phone, tablet, GPS or laptop. Even when you are stopped at a stoplight, you can't check your phone. Visit the following webpage for more info: http://www.tigard-or.gov/police/rules_of_the_road.php Please remember that anything that takes your eyes of the road, hands off the wheel or mind off what you are doing can be a dangerous distraction.

Even while stopped at stoplight, you can't check your phone. Info on distracted driving laws: http://www.tigard-or.gov/police/rules_of_the_road.php

Drop-off unwanted prescription or over-the-counter medications for disposal this Saturday at Tigard City Hall from 10a-2p. The service is free and anonymous. The Tigard Police Department and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) organize drug turn-in events to allow residents to safely discard expired and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends -often from home medicine cabinets. The usual methods for disposing medications, such a flushing them down the toilet or discarding them in the trash, pose potential safety and health hazards. Date/Time: Saturday, October 28, 10 am until 2 pm Location: Tigard City Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd. Details: Drugs can remain in the original container or combined in another container or bag. Not accepted: We cannot accept thermometers, syringes or needles, medical waste, IV solutions, lotions or creams. In addition, medications from nursing homes, doctors' offices or any type of medical facility or business cannot be accepted. Questions? Please call 503-718-2561. Visit tigard-or.gov/police/drug_drop_box.php to learn more about year-round drug disposal options.

Tip-A-Cop for a great cause today! Stop-by for lunch or dinner at the Washington Square Red Robin from 11am-2pm or 5-9pm. Tigard Police and local athletes will assist wait staff and donate the tips to Oregon Special Olympics. This is a big fundraiser for Special Olympics, so please consider joining us today! For more information visit: ww.tigard-or.gov/police

Tigard Police would like to share a sample of information taken from the Hillsboro-based Domestic Violence Resource Center website: "October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Domestic violence is, in many ways, a quiet epidemic. Though in plain sight, victims are often invisible, fearfully denying their situation and hiding behind the facade of a happy home. But the statistics reveal a shocking reality. Every nine seconds, a woman in America is assaulted or beaten, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. We all need to take a stand against violence. Tigard Police has partnered with the DVRC to include a co-located community advocate housed within the Tigard Police Department. For more information about the important work the DVRC conducts here locally or to speak to the advocate; please visit www.dvrc-or.org or telephone 971-724-8052

We getting ready for the annual Tip-A-Cop event. Please consider joining us on Saturday, October 21 as Tigard officers join athletes to help raise awareness and funding for Special Olympics in Oregon. The event will be held at the Tigard Red Robin located at Washington Square Too, 10100 SW Washington Square Rd. We'll be there from 11am to 2pm and again from 5pm until 9pm. We hope to see you then!

Get ready Tigard! There will soon be some landscape changes to the department. And we don’t mean the outdoors. For the first-time, the Tigard Police Department will be participating with scores of others across the nation with No-Shave November. For anyone not familiar with the program, No-Shave November began in 2009 as a way to add awareness to cancer prevention and education. The concept is to redirect any monies spent on hair, shaving or grooming to charity which can support work for prevention and awareness of cancer. Tigard Police members who donate to the cause will be eligible to participate. So expect to see some ”hairier” Tigard Police employees during the month of November. The department is also encouraging employees’ families, friends or anyone in the community to support the effort and help make the impact even greater. If you are interested in watching or helping Tigard Police reach their fundraising goal, you can do that here: https://no-shave.org/member/Tigard_Police_Department Thanks as always for your support. And be sure stay tuned as we chronicle some of our officers as they let it grow! We hope you have some fun with us during November.

Today Tigard Police welcomed two new officers into the fold. Please join us in welcoming Officer Jordan Yamashita and Officer Shane Suyama (r). Both men will soon begin their comprehensive training both at the Oregon Public Safety Academy and locally from within Tigard Police. This agency strives to provide the Tigard community with only the best.

Come on down. TODAY! Coffee with a Cop at Symposium Coffee on Main St. in downtown Tigard. We'll be there for some good conversation and great coffee from 9:30 to 11:00 am. We'll save you a seat.

Help me home! Tigard officers found a very friendly male Rottweiler roaming Tigard early this morning. Officers were able to take him into safety near Mary Woodward Elementary School (124/Katherine St). The dog will be placed at the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter in Hillsboro shortly. The shelter can be reached 503-846-7041.

National Coffee With a Cop is Wednesday! We hope you can find time to stop-in at Symposium Tigard anytime between 9:30am and 11:00am. There will be ample opportunity to visit and chat with Tigard officers. No agendas. No pressures. Just good conversation and coffee. We hope to see you then.

Today kicks-off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Tigard Police Department acknowledges and offers support to everyone who has been touched by this affliction. During the month of October, you may spot Tigard Police Department employees wearing pink hats. That visual will hopefully serve to bring added awareness and the promise of a cure. #thinkpink #supportthefight