Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch is a time-proven program that discourages crime in a community. Neighbors learn to watch out for each other and aggressively report suspicious activity. In today’s environment of fewer officers and more crime, the only method left to combat crime is to get citizens more actively involved.

How to Start a Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch signContact Officer Sara McClurg of our Crime Prevention Unit at 503-785-5077 or email to learn more about upcoming Neighborhood Watch training sessions.

Need to Report a Crime?

Do you suspect someone of a drug use/manufacture, gang involvement or other crime?  Please take a few moments to report this to the Sheriff's Office by filling out our online Tip Sheet.  You may provide your name and contact number or make your report anonymously. You can also call our Tip Line at 503-723-4949.

Online Resources

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