Police

Emergency Dispatch Number:  911    

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PARTIES -
READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY!

1.   NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISPOSE OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY:  The Keizer Police Department has in its physical possession the unclaimed personal property described below.  If you have ownership interest in any of the unclaimed property, you must file a claim with the Keizer Police Department within 30 days from the date of publication of this notice, or you will lose your interest in that property.

2.   INVENTORY OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY:

Bicycles, money, construction equipment, tools, jewelry, watches, cameras, shoes, electronics, coins/collectibles, clothing, purses, sports equipment.

3.   NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF REMOVING AUTHORITY:  The Keizer Police Department is located at 930 Chemawa Road NE, Keizer, Oregon.  The telephone number is 503-390-3713. 

Posted 1-19-22

Non-emergency Dispatch Number: 503-390-2000

Business Phone Number:  503-390-3713

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)  

Fax Number:  503-390-8295  

Mailing Address: 

Keizer Police Department
PO Box 21000
Keizer, OR 97307 

Physical/Delivery Address: 
930 Chemawa Rd NE
Keizer, OR 97303  

 To report crimes or violations, contact Emergency or NonEmergency Dispatch at numbers listed above.   

For generic questions or information, e-mail the department at this addressThis e-mail does not go to Dispatch and is not monitored during non-business hours 

In November 1982, Keizer became incorporated as an official city in Oregon.  At that time the City of Keizer contracted with Marion County Sheriff's Office for police services.  

On May 19, 1984, the City of Keizer established the Keizer Police Department with 11 sworn officers, consisting of a chief of police, two sergeants and eight patrol officers.  

Today the Keizer Police Department serves about 40,000 residents with 42 sworn officers, 7 support staff, reserves, cadets, and other volunteers.  

The Keizer Police Department operates using a problem oriented policing philosophy, a philosophy that seeks to identify the root causes of problems and to solve them, thereby preventing crime.  

John Teague
Chief of Police

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