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Medford Oregon Police Station Address: 411 W 8th St, Medford, OR 97501, United States

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Reminder from your friends here at MPD:

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2 weeks ago

Here is a short clip of our dance team in action during rehearsal last night.

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2 weeks ago
Introducing Lindsay, our ARC Star!

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2 weeks ago
Here is the scoop on the incident that occurred this morning on E. 9th Street:

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Medford Police2 days ago

We are out at the Senior Fair at the Medford Armory today until 4 P.M. We have financial crimes detectives and Community Service Officer Todd Sales answering questions about MPD programs and safety. Stop by if you’d like to chat.

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Medford Police5 days ago

Joining so many others in paying respect to Officer Malcus Williams. We will hold the line from here brother.

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Medford Police5 days ago

Our Officers and Detectives began carrying Naloxone/Narcan in 2015 to save lives. It is a nasal spray that will block the effects of an opioid such as heroin, oxycodone, or other opiate-based pain relievers. Often times in cases of an overdose the Officer will be the first on scene before fire and ambulance personnel. Seconds can mean a big difference to someone who has overdosed.

Since that time, MPD has used Naloxone/Narcan 39 times with 37 saves. Several other law enforcement agencies in the region have begun carrying it as well. The opioid crisis that is talked about on the national stage is here in Southern Oregon putting lives at risk.

At this time last year, we’d used Naloxone/Narcan three times. This year we are up to eight deployments. We have experienced two overdose deaths in the last week which are likely to be heroin overdoses.

Fatal Heroin overdoses can happen when users have new sources with stronger heroin or if it is cut with something stronger such as Fentanyl. We’ve seen other deaths where an opioid is mixed with alcohol or another drug type.

The good news is the recent changes in laws has put more Naloxone/Narcan out in the community to combat overdoses and save lives.

The bad news is people continue to use illegal drugs such as heroin putting themselves at risk. There are many great treatment providers in Southern Oregon. Our hope is that the realization of an increased risk now might motivate some to engage in life saving treatment.

For more information on getting Naloxone/Narcan, check out a local non-profit dedicated to doing just that, Max’s Mission,

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Medford Police7 days ago

There’s a new dog in town! Meet “Kylo,” a three year old German Shepherd from the Czech Republic, and no that is not “Han Solo,” that is Officer Esqueda, MPD’s newest K-9 Officer.

Members of the K-9 Team recently traveled to Riverside, California and tested numerous dogs. Kylo separated himself from the pack and is now part of Team MPD. Kylo is one of five dogs working for MPD. Like a new officer, Kylo along with Officer Esqueda will be attending a ten week training course to see if Kylo can meet the high standards of the Medford Police Department.

MPD’s K-9 Team consists of two patrol dogs and three drug detection dogs. “Hopefully the force is strong with this one!”

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Reminder from your friends here at MPD:

Now that the weather is getting better we wanted to take a moment to remind you the city does not endorse any door to door sales to include curb painting. We have received some calls advising the business “Curb Check” has been plastering curb painting solicitations all over west Medford. Individuals associated with the business are claiming that they are affiliated with the City of Medford and they paint curbs for the Police and Fire Departments, which is completely false. “Curb Check” does not have a business license to operate in our city. Also, city code only allows numbers and no logos or artwork to be painted on curbs.