Milwaukie Police Department

  • Agency: Milwaukie Police Department
  • Address: 3200 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, 97222 OR
  • Chief: Bob Jordan (Chief of Police)

Milwaukie Police Department is located at 3200 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, 97222 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Bob Jordan. The Milwaukie Police Department phone number is 503-786-7400.

Milwaukie Police Department News

Congratulations to Officer Melisa Campos and Officer Seth Miller who graduated today from the 16-week Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) Academy. 🚔 Both Melisa and Seth will now begin field training. Welcome aboard. 🇺🇲️

TRAFFIC ADVISORY....

Halloween Safety Tips!!! 🎃 Halloween is right around the corner. We hope all trick-or-treaters have a great night. Please make sure children stay in groups and are well-lit and visible. Drivers; please slow down, and be alert. Especially in residential neighborhoods where kids will be prevalent. Have fun and be safe!

PURSUIT ENDS WHEN SUSPECT CAR CRASHES INTO DETACHED GARAGE. News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept. Posted on FlashAlert: October 18th, 2018 9:03 AM Case #18-7325 On 10-17-18, around 11:00 p.m., Milwaukie Police attempted to stop a blue Honda Civic, near SE King Road and SE Bell Avenue, for having no license plates. When police activated their emergency lights, the vehicle sped off at a high rate of speed. Milwaukie Police pursued the vehicle, which eventually crashed into a detached garage near SE 111th / SE Harold Street in Portland. No one was injured at the residence. Both the driver and passenger fled the vehicle on foot, but were quickly apprehended with assistance from Portland Police. After checking the VIN, Police learned the vehicle was listed as stolen out of Portland. The driver of the vehicle, 34-year-old Scott Raymond Keast, was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant. He is facing charges of Unauthorized Use of a vehicle (UUMV), Felony attempt to elude, and possession of controlled substance (PCS-Meth). The passenger, 28-year-old Destiny Keast, was released at the scene and is facing charges of possession of controlled substance (PCS-Meth).

Downtown Milwaukie Businesses are having a trick-or-treat event, Saturday, October 27th from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 👻 Put on your costumes...We will see you there. 🎃

K9 Bo... #k9bo #boknows #milwaukiepd

Today is national taco day, but it is also national pizza month, so we combined the two...🌮🍕HUGE thanks to @pietrosrestaurants for donating food to our department today! #tacopizza #pietros @ Milwaukie Public Safety Building

MILWAUKIE POLICE INVESTIGATING AUTO VS PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT. News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept. Posted on FlashAlert: October 4th, 2018 10:27 AM Case #18-6884 On 10-02-18, around 12:30 p.m., Milwaukie Police responded to an auto vs. pedestrian crash on SE Johnson Creek Boulevard near SE 55th Avenue. 22-year-old, Levi Senske, was driving a commercial box van, west on SE Johnson Creek Boulevard. Mr. Senske did not realize traffic had stopped in front of him and he swerved onto the right shoulder to avoid a rear-end collision. As he did this, his vehicle struck 65-year-old Gerald Bluhm, who just stepped out of a neighboring business. Mr. Senke remained at the scene and fully cooperated with the police investigation. He was issued a citation for following too closely and failing to drive within the lane. Mr. Bluhm was transported to OHSU with non-life threatening injuries, and has since been released.

The Nationwide Test of the Emergency Alerting System will take place on October 3rd, at 11:18 AM PST (Originally scheduled to take place on Sept., 20, was postponed due to response/recovery efforts for Hurricane Florence.)

CAN YOU ID ME? Case #18-006531 Milwaukie Police currently need your help identifying the below pictured female. On 09-20-18, the female suspect, as well as a male suspect, stole a dog from the Safeway on SE King Road in Milwaukie. The dog, a white/tan boxer/bulldog mix, was tethered to a bench outside the store, while the owner went inside. A Safeway employee observed a light blue 4-door sedan pull up in front of Safeway. A male exited the vehicle, untether the dog, and put the dog in the back seat. The pictured female came out of the store and got into the passenger seat of the car, which left in an unknown direction. If anyone has information in regards to this case, please call Milwaukie Police. 503-786-7500 https://www.milwaukieoregon.gov/police/case-18-6531

Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an accident on Linwood Avenue and Queen Road. Southbound traffic from Linwood Avenue to King Road and northbound traffic on Linwood Avenue and Monroe Street are currently closed. Please seek alternative routes.

Come join us for coffee and conversation. We will be here until 1pm

Nationwide Test of the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Will take place on Thursday, September 20th at 11:18 a.m. (Pacific time) A national test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) with radio, TV, cable stations and wireless carriers. IPAWS is a national system for local alerting that provides authenticated emergency alert and information messaging from emergency officials to the public through radio, TV, cell phones and Internet applications. This is the fourth EAS nationwide test since 2011 and the first national WEA test. For more information please click the link below: https://www.fema.gov/emergency-alert-test

INTRODUCING K9 BO. Bo is Milwaukie Police Department’s newest K9 and is currently in K9 training. Bo is a 3-1/2 year old Belgium Malinois who will be used as a dual purpose K9; tracking and narcotics detection. Bo’s handler, Officer Clare Davis, who has been an Officer with the Department for 7-Years, is Milwaukie Police Department’s first female K9 handler and one of only three female K9 handlers in the state. You can follow Bo on instagram @k9_bo #k9bo #milwaukiek9 #milwaukiepd

Milwaukie Police located this dog on SE Harrison St/SE 28th. Please call 503-786-7500 if you have information who the owner is. Case #18-6141

Cadet open house is going on now... Come say hi!

KIDS ARE BACK TO SCHOOL! **SCHOOL ZONE REMINDER** The 2018-2019 School year starts this Tuesday 09-04-18 for the North Clackamas School District. PLEASE PAY EXTRA ATTENTION TO SCHOOL ZONES: For school zones on roadways adjacent to school grounds, reduced speed limits (20-MPH) can be either: •“When Flashing”; or •“School Days 7AM to 5PM” For those school zones at school crosswalks away from school grounds, reduced speed limits (20-MPH) can be either: •“When Flashing”; or •“When Children are Present” Also be alert for kids walking or biking to school, or kids crossing the street in crosswalks. Milwaukie Police will be highly visible in these areas with enforcement on speed and safety. This time of year we have decreasing hours of daylight AND inclement weather that can cause visibility issues. Please take the time to slow down, drive safe and be ready to stop. #SAFETYFIRST #DRIVESAFE #BACKTOSCHOOL

Back to school night with the students from Ardenwald. #backtoschool #community #milwaukiepd #ardenwaldallstars

MOTORHOME CRASH CLOSES RAILROAD TRACKS FOR HOURS. News Release from Milwaukie Police Dept. Posted on FlashAlert: August 30th, 2018 9:49 AM Case #18-5926 On 08-29-18, around 11:00 p.m., Milwaukie Police responded to the area of SE Railroad and SE 42nd Ave regarding a motorhome which had crashed across the Union Pacific railroad tracks. Police arrived on-scene and assisted Clackamas County Fire with extracting the driver, 32-year-old Angela Feemster, who was pinned in the driver’s seat. According to witnesses, who were traveling behind Ms. Feemster, the motorhome was heading south on SE 42nd Avenue, around 35-MPH, when it ran the stop sign at the intersection of SE Railroad. The witnesses, who are acquaintances with Ms. Feemster, also stated Ms. Feemster’s motorhome has not had brakes for over a month. Multiple tow companies (Olson Brothers and Buds Towing) were needed to clear the motorhome and wreckage from the tracks. Ms. Feemster was transported to OHSU with non-life-threatening injuries. She faces charges of reckless driving.

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A POLICE CADET? Milwaukie Police Cadet Program is hosting an informational open house, Tuesday, September 4th at 7:00 p.m. at the Milwaukie Public Safety Building, 3200 SE Harrison Street. Milwaukie Police Cadets are young adults, 16-20 years old, with a strong desire to serve the community and learn about law enforcement. (Some exceptions may be made to 15-year-olds with a valid driver's permit). Sponsored by the Milwaukie Police Department, cadets participate in police training and ride with the sworn police officers. Much like an apprentice, Cadets learn about law enforcement by observing police procedures. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend this open house as well. Learn more at: https://www.milwaukieoregon.gov/police/police-cadet-program-overview

@mpdcadets doing some recruitment at Milwaukie High School. If you are between the ages of 16-21 and interested in becoming a police cadet please visit: milwaukieoregon.gov/cadets

CAN YOU ID ME?? Milwaukie Case #18-005714 If you recognize the suspects or vehicle, or have any information about this case, please contact Milwaukie Police. 503-786-7500

https://www.usa.gov/common-scams-frauds Each year citizens are reporting telephone and email scams/fraud to police. Please take the time to read the posted link and learn how to protect yourself, your family, or friends from becoming victim to this ever growing crime. We ask that you share this information with your elderly family members or friends who do not use social media (as they are often easily persuaded by the aggressive tactics and threats used). This is just one of several resources on the internet covering this topic, however, it contains a lot of good information.

On Sept. 1, The City of Milwaukie, and all of Clackamas County, will upgrade how it communicates with residents during times of disaster by replacing its emergency notification software system. #ClackCo Public Alerts, powered by Everbridge, will allow us to send you messages about situations as they happen across multiple devices, including your home phone, mobile device, email, and more. Your safety is our top concern. That is why the City of Milwaukie wants to make sure you know about emergencies and incidents as they happen. By opting into the #ClackCo Public Alerts system you'll be informed before, during, and after incidents that could impact your safety. For this system to be a success, we need your contact information so we can reach you in the event of an emergency. The City of Milwaukie, and Clackamas County, will not use any registered #ClackCo Public Alerts contact information for anything other than these emergency notifications. Those residents enrolled in the previous notification system - CodeRed - MUST RE-ENROLL themselves in the new system in order to receive future messages. #ClackCo Public Alerts is part of the larger Public Alerts coordination website (www.publicalerts.org), which is used throughout the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area to provide public safety, road, weather, and other urgent information. HOW TO REGISTER: Online: https://clackamas.us/publicalerts Phone: 503-635-0257 E-mail: bhirshberger@lakeoswego.city