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  • Matthew C. Leonard (DOB: 12/28/59)

    LAKE OSWEGO – On Wednesday, July 16, 2014, Lake Oswego Police took a report of a missing person from the 2000 block of Dellwood Drive, in Lake Oswego. Matthew Christopher Leonard (DOB: 12/28/59) was last seen at about 10 P.M., on Tuesday, July 15, 2014, at his home on Dellwood Drive.

  • Stolen Property

    LAKE OSWEGO – On July 9, 2014, Lake Oswego Police Officers arrested two northeast Portland women, Carmen Young (DOB: 02/18/78) and Victoria Brown (DOB: 12/28/65), for Theft II, PCS-Meth, PCS-Heroin and PCS-Cocaine. Carmen Young was also charged with 4 counts of probation violation, and the pair are suspected of being a part of an organized retail theft operation.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    Business owners; welcome to the City of Lake Oswego. Your police department is here to serve you.

    Our official motto is: “No call too small” – a creed we live by.

    We put a packet together to hopefully answer some of the more common questions we receive which your business may be asking.

  • Oregon is currently number one in the nation for prescription drug abuse – Lock up your prescription medications!  

  • Chief Johnson

    We are proud of our Posse

    One of the great aspects of the Lake Oswego community is that our people, (our posse) is not shy about getting involved.  On July 16th, we honored Sunny Freeman for her heroic efforts in saving the life a 4- year old that that was involved in crash of the motorcycle on which the child was a passenger.

  • The Police Department recently proposed an ordinance (Ordinance 2632) to the Council that, if enacted, would make it unlawful to host gatherings where 20 or more persons are in attendance, alcohol is served or consumed, and two or more specified law violations occur. 

  • CodeRED

    CodeRED, the City’s emergency notification system provides City officials the ability to quickly deliver emergency notification messages via telephone, email, and text message citywide at a rate of 1,000 calls per minute.