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Can_You_ID_Me?TPD Introduces Can You ID Me? Webpage  
Last November, Tigard Police posted a photo of a suspected bank robber on social media and received tips from the public that led to the arrest of a suspect. Tigard Police hopes to realize similar successes with the roll out of a Can You ID Me? webpage that captures photos of individuals suspected of committing crimes in Tigard. Check out the Can You ID Me? site and help us solve crime. 


Crash_Scene_tnWhat Happens After a Crash
Do you ever wonder why it takes awhile for first responders to clear a traffic crash and re-open the roadway? Between medical needs, safety precautions, and crash reconstruction, there is a lot to do at the scene. Check out the article What Happens After a Crash


Graveyard_Shift_PhotoA Night on Graveyard Shift
When most of Tigard is getting ready for bed, Police Officer Travis Doughty is gearing up for work. Officer Doughty is one of several officers who work the night shift, which runs from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. and, as the nickname “graveyards” implies, presents a unique cast of characters and challenges. Read on for a glimpse of graveyard shift.  


Scam_alert_photoBe Wary of Tax Imposter Scams
Tax imposter scams typically pick up from January 1st to April 15th. Be wary of calls and emails claiming that you owe taxes and will be arrested if you don’t immediately pay up. The IRS won’t call to threaten or demand immediate tax payment. Please visit the IRS website for more info.


Are Winter-Driving_photoyou ready for winter weather?
Prepare for winter weather with tips from Tigard Police and the City of Tigard. When it comes to driving, play it safe. "If you're not prepared, don't drive," cautions Traffic Safety Officer Morse. Here are tips and resources
 to help you get through these cold, winter months.   


Photo Red LightPhoto Traffic Enforcement  
Tigard Police will soon begin administering photo traffic enforcement for the City of Tigard. Crash data obtained from numerous Tigard intersections strongly supports the need to change driver behavior. Extreme traffic volumes, injury crashes, coupled with limited police resources have led Tigard to this decision.  Read the rest of the story...


 

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

General Inquiries

  503-639-6168
Fax
  503-684-5654
Non-Emergency Police
  503-629-0111
Community Tip Line
  503-718-COPS | Email
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Open 7 days a week: 
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.

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