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Police Bureau

Sworn to protect. Dedicated to serve.

Phone: 503-823-0000

Fax: 503-823-0342

Non-Emergency: 503-823-3333

1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97204


  • Community Events

  • Shop with a Cop

  • PPB Honor Guard

  • Cadet Program

  • Ofc. Wolf

  • Z-Man Foundation

  • Sunshine Division

Active Shooter Response Training

Civilian: Active Shooter Response Training provided by Portland Police Bureau

Additional Needs Registry

The Additional Needs Registry is a voluntary program for those persons in Portland and Multnomah County who may need specific disability-related assistance and/or accommodations following a major disaster, or when interacting with public safety officials or calling 9-1-1.

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Crisis Response Team

A volunteer service for victims of traumatic incidents and their families.

Girl Cops Are Awesome Event

October 27, 2016

Home Security Program

You may be eligible for free locks from the Portland Police Bureau.

Neighborhood Watch Organizer

Organize a watch with the Office of Neighborhood Involvement.

Police Cadets

The Cadet program is designed to acquaint young men and women with the career field of law enforcement.

Police Reserve Unit

A partnership between citizen volunteers and the Portland Police Bureau.

PPB Geocaching

The Portland Police Bureau has placed 6 geocaches at locations around the city.

PPB Honor Guard

Dedicated to the memory of those who have devoted their lives to the law enforcement community

Saftey Zone: Cops Talk

Safety Zone: Cops Talk is a program that teaches personal safety, crime prevention and police awareness to adults with developmental disabilities through a 26 lesson curriculum. It is designed to be taught by a uniformed law enforcement officer with a civ

Sunshine Division

We're fighting crime by fighting hunger.

Z-Man Foundation

The Z-Man Scholarship was established to build upon the work and goodwill that Officer Mark Zylawy provided to the citizens of Portland for over 17 years.