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Beaverton Oregon Police Station Address: 4755 SW Griffith Dr, Beaverton, OR 97005, United States


2 days ago
Community Services Officer Rachael Breen graduated the DPSST Corrections Academy on Friday 09/14. We look forward to her work on the streets of Beaverton and in Beaverton Municipal Court. https://t.co/uVs2xoiCH0

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3 days ago
In preparation for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, BPD Victim Advocates have been helping children with decorating hands as part of the Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting program. During the month of October, the hands will be displayed in City Hall, BPD and the Library. https://t.co/gyXu0Z8Urm

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4 days ago
You’ve likely heard the term “stranger danger,” the idea that children need to be wary of strangers. Did you know that many organizations, including the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children don’t support the stranger danger message? Here’s why https://t.co/ho6Fihzegd https://t.co/sx2zj7IGtz

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4 days ago
Thanks to the quick work by @TVFR, we now have SW Allen open to traffic. https://t.co/UUQgHXc6rL

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Beaverton Police Department

The Beaverton Police Department will provide a safe city, serving citizens with compassion and respect. We are fully invested in leading our profession with integrity, building and retaining a highly trained, well equipped, progressive, motivated and cohesive team. We will strive to be recognized and respected as a leading agency in the law enforcement community.

Please report any non emergency incident by calling (503) 629-0111

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Beaverton Police Department2 days ago

Community Services Officer Rachael Breen graduated the DPSST Corrections Academy on Friday 09/14.

We look forward to her work on the streets of Beaverton and in Beaverton Municipal Court.

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Beaverton Police Department added 2 new photos.3 days ago

In preparation for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, BPD Victim Advocates have been assisting children with decorating hands as part of the Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting program.

During the month of October, the hands will be displayed in City Hall, the Beaverton Police Department, and the main Beaverton Library.

If you’d like to decorate a hand, there are two upcoming opportunities, both at the main Beaverton Library:
Sunday, September 16th, 12:30 PM-2:00 PM (library lobby)
Tuesday, September 18th, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM (library parking lot for Big Truck Day)

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Beaverton Police Department4 days ago

Beaverton School District reminds us about personal safety and stranger danger.

You’ve likely heard the term “stranger danger,” the idea that children need to be wary of strangers. Did you know that many organizations, including the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), don’t support the “stranger danger” message? Here’s why. NCMEC says children do not fully understand the concept and are confused by the idea of “good” and “bad” strangers. They will often describe a stranger as someone who is “ugly or mean” and don’t perceive “nice-looking or friendly” people as strangers.

NCMEC suggests empowering children with positive messages and safety skills that “will not only build their self-esteem and self-confidence, but also help keep them safer.” This includes learning how to recognize and avoid potentially dangerous situations, as well as learning effective steps to remove themselves from the situation.

It is important to teach children in a way that allows them to understand the situation without scaring them. Here are a few tips for parents:

• Instruct children to always join a friend when walking or biking to and from school.
• Teach children to never take short-cuts or go into isolated areas.
• Walk the route with your child, pointing out landmarks and safe places to go if they need help.
A safe place can be a police station, fire station, church or retail shop along the route.
• Make sure your child knows that adults shouldn’t ask children for help.
• Teach children to trust their feelings if they feel uncomfortable, scared or confused.
• Teach children that it is more important to get out of a threatening or uncomfortable situation, than it is to be polite.

Please follow the link to see discussion guides offering age-appropriate messages and strategies.

https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/depts/pubsafety/Pages/WalkingToSchoolSafely.aspx

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Beaverton Police Department6 days ago

ODOT reminds us this season’s first rains can mean driving problems.

“Oil and grease don’t wash off the roads during the dry season. Instead, they come to the surface all at once with the first rains of the fall.” -ODOT These rains make roadways slick and can catch drivers by surprise.

Some tips for driving in the rain:
Be aware of conditions. Know before you go.
Slow down, especially in high water.
Turn on your headlights.
Keep a safe following distance.
Replace worn our wiper blades.
Check your brakes are in good working order.
Check your tires are in good condition.
Watch for hydroplaning conditions.

Pedestrians and bicyclists should be wary that vehicles may not be able to stop as quickly in the rain or on wet pavement. Please drive with care for other motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.

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Beaverton Police Department6 days ago

Free Child Safety Seat Clinic

On September 15, 2018, Beaverton Police Department, along with Safe Kids Coalition of Washington County and Kuni Auto Center, will be offering a free child safety seat clinic.
The clinic will run from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the Kuni Auto Center located at 3725 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005.

Motor-vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death nationwide for children ages 1-12. In 2015, 1,353 children under age 9 were injured in Oregon traffic crashes; six children died. It’s estimated that car seats may increase crash survival by 71% for infants under 1 year old, and by up to 59% for toddlers ages 1-4. Booster seats may reduce the chance of nonfatal injury among 4- to 8-year-olds by 45% compared to safety belts used alone.

For more information about the proper fit of a child safety seat please visit https://www.nhtsa.gov/equipment/car-seats-and-booster-seats.

No appointment is necessary so please just drop in. Arriving early is recommended as we sometimes have more vehicles than we can accommodate during the event timeframe. Each car seat check will take approximately 30 minutes.

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Beaverton Police Department6 days ago

Intersection Speed Enforcement

On September 15, 2018 the Beaverton Police Department will start using the speed enforcement technology already installed within the four photo red light monitored intersections in the city.

Between 07/01/2015 and 07/01/2016 over 94,000 drivers were traveling 11 mph or more, above the speed limit, through our four red light monitored intersections. Speeding significantly increases the risk of serious injury or death to pedestrians and occupants of vehicles. The Beaverton Police Department will start using speed monitoring technology to increase safety at those intersections.

Citation data will be captured by the city’s new vendor, Conduent, through DriveSafeTM technology. A Beaverton Police officer will review the captured data for accuracy. Once accuracy has been verified, the officer will electronically issue the citation and it will be mailed to the driver.

Between September 15th and October 15th, ONLY warning citations will be issued. After October 15, 2018, drivers who exceed the speed limit through the intersection of SW Walker Road/SW Cedar Hills Blvd may be issued citations per the 2017 Oregon legislative language. The three remaining intersections, at SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy/SW Griffith Drive, SW Allen Blvd/SW Lombard Ave and SW Scholls Ferry Road/SW Hall Blvd will be phased into the program in 2018 and 2019.

Motorists traveling through these intersections should expect to see an increase in photographic flashes as both red light and speed violations will be captured.