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Tigard Police Department

Spotlight: Commercial Crimes Unit
The Tigard Police Department’s Commercial Crimes Unit (CCU) is a three-person investigative team—the only one of its kind in the country—focused on serving the needs of businesses in Tigard. Over the last seven years, this team has successfully investigated commercial crimes and assisted the business community by reducing crime and the fear of crime.

Tigard’s Budget Committee will begin reviewing the proposed budget at its first meeting: Monday, April 20, 6:30 p.m., in the Tigard Public Works Auditorium, 8777 SW Burnham Street. A more detailed discussion regarding the proposal will follow on Monday, April 27. If you have questions about the proposed  CCU funding request, please contact Sergeant Leigh Erickson at 503-718-2761.

I Can Do This!
I CAN DO THIS TNPartner with the Tigard Police Department in an effort to empower your child. Officer Kristan Rinell, a certified safety instructor, will teach children ways to be safe whenever they are home alone, or home with other children when no adult supervision is present.  Details...

Safety AcademyNew Police Program to Benefit Adults with Developmental Disabilities
The Westside Crime Prevention Coalition is pleased to introduce a new learning opportunity to Washington County adults with developmental disabilities. The Safety Academy is a free and unique police awareness and personal safety program. Attendees will learn about the role of the police officer and ways to enhance their personal safety both at home and while out in the community.  More... 


Tigard Police Department
13125 SW Hall Blvd; Tigard, OR 97223

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Youth Peer Court
Peer court gives first time young offenders a chance to avoid the criminal justice system.

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Citizens can either phone 503-718-COPS or email with information.


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