Woodburn Police Department

The Woodburn Police Department provides law enforcement coverage 24 hours per day/7 days per week, and includes patrol, school resource, community response, traffic, investigative, drug and gang enforcement, evidence processing and storage, police records management and police administrative services. The Police Department is staffed by 31 Sworn Police Officers and 8 Civilian Support employees.

The Business Office is located at 1060 Mt. Hood Ave and can be reached at (503) 982-2345, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays weekends.

In case of emergency, dial 911.

Organization

Our organization is comprised of 31 Sworn Officers. The personnel assigned to the Patrol Division have various levels of experience and training. Many have rotated through specialty assignments such as Detective, Community Response Team, Traffic Team and K9. Officer experience varies from 2 years to 24 years. We have 13 officers in the Patrol Division who have come from other law enforcement agencies and 6 Patrol Officers are United States military veterans.

 

Our members strive to fulfill the ever-changing policing mission.  Our current policing mission components include:

 

  • Law Enforcement:

 

o    Patrol

o    Response to calls for service

o    Investigations

o    Tactical Services

o    Support functions

 

  • Peacekeeping:

o    Community Policing Initiatives (ILP, GREAT, PTO, District Meetings, Etc)

o    Community Caretaking

o    Problem Solving

o    Partnerships & Networking

o    Crime prevention

 

To fulfill these tasks, the City assigns officers to three Police Districts to best serve our community and neighborhood needs.

The following is a table of the Woodburn Police Departments employees.  Please see the Organizational Chart for further information on the Woodburn Police Department structure.

Department Make Up Demographics
Police Chief 2 Female Officers
2 Captains 5 Hispanic Officers
4 Patrol Sergeants 1 African American Officer
3 Corporals (Patrol, Investigation) 1 Russian Officer
14 Patrol Officers 1 Hispanic Records Clerk
2 Traffic Officers 1 Russian Records Clerk
1 Detective Sergeant  
32 Detectives  
1 School Resource Officer  
2 Code Enforcement Officers  
1 Police Executive Assistant  
1 Evidence Technician  
1 Records Supervisor  
3 Records Clerks  

Our city is divided into three Police Districts with one patrol officer assigned to each district per shift. They are responsible for knowing the trends and issues occurring in their assigned District. Each Patrol Sergeant is also assigned to one of the 3 Districts. Along with the assigned Patrol officers, routine District Meetings are held and facilitated by the Sergeant.