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Welcome to the Lake Oswego Police Department

We are a professional organization focused on providing exceptional service for all people living in or visiting our community. As we work collaboratively in our community, we work to solve problems by remaining neutral in our duties, building trust with our community members, being respectful of those we meet, and giving people a voice. To learn more about who we are and what services we offer, please check out the links below.

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Pedestrian & Traffic Safety Operation

Attention drivers! The Lake Oswego Police Department, in collaboration with other law enforcement agencies in Clackamas County, will be conducting saturated patrols throughout the city on Thursday, June 20, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Lake Oswego Man Pleads Guilty After Drugging Girls at a Sleepover

LAKE OSWEGO – On June 10, 2024 Michael Jay Meyden appeared in Clackamas County Circuit Court where he pled guilty to 3 counts of Causing Another Person to Ingest a Controlled Substance (ORS 475.908).  The felony charges stem from an investigation conducted by the Lake Oswego Police Department.

Lake Oswego Man Indicted After Drugging Girls at a Sleepover

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E-Bike Use in Lake Oswego

With the arrival of summer and the end of the school year, the Lake Oswego Police Department is seeing an increase in the use of electric bicycles (e-bikes) throughout our community. E-bikes provide a fun and efficient mode of transportation, but it’s crucial for riders to stay safe and follow the rules of the road.

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National Police Week 2024

LAKE OSWEGO - In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. National Police Week was created to honor the federal, state, and municipal police officers who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.

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Two Stolen Vehicle Suspects Arrested After Early Morning Search

On Tuesday, April 30, 2024, Lake Oswego Police arrested two suspects who had just stolen a vehicle from the Oswego Bay Condos on Jean Road, in Lake Oswego.

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LOCOM Dispatchers Graduate from Basic Telecommunicator Academy

Congratulations to our newest Basic Telecommunicator Academy Graduates, Kelly Koch and Ian Belin! On April 12, 2024, Kelly and Ian completed three weeks at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) academy in Salem in order to receive their Basic Certification, which the State requires for emergency dispatchers. This required training is to help establish a baseline of essential knowledge while developing dispatch and call-taking-related skills that students can take with them as they continue their training at their dispatch agencies.

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Emergency Calls: Call or Text 911
Non-Emergency Dispatch
503-635-0238

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Call 988

General Community Information
Call 211

Police Records  
503-635-0250
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Traffic Unit 
503-635-0240

Municipal Court 
503-635-0217
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