The City of Tigard maintains an alarm ordinance to protect "emergency services" of the City from misuse.
Cadets participate in police ride-alongs, routine patrols, crime prevention activity, community outreach events and on-going monthly training. Cadets get first-hand knowledge regarding how law enforcement serves its community.
Neighborhood Crime Spotter is easy to use. Simply select your neighborhood from the Neighborhood pick list and click the various crime types. The map will show crimes by clusters, where there are multiple points on top of one another, very near one-another, or just as individual points. The map is interactive and allows you to zoom in and see more of the crime points.
Periodically, the Tigard Police Department, in partnership with Pride Recycling, offers free document shredding for the community. Typically the events are offered on a Saturday morning and conducted in the parking lot of Tigard City Hall.
Domestic Violence Resources
The Tigard Police Department has joined forces with the Hillsboro-based Domestic Violence Resource Center.
Exclusion...what does it mean? The Tigard City Council found that disruptive or threatening behavior on City property needed to be regulated in the interest of assuring smooth and safe operation of the government.
Has your vehicle been towed and impounded by the Tigard Police Department?
Getting the word out about an emergency is essential to public safety. Tigard’s CodeRED emergency notification system can do just that. By phone, the system can provide Tigard businesses, residents and water customers (including customers in Durham, King City and unincorporated Washington County) with up-to-the-minute information on utility outages, missing persons, fires, evacuations, floods, bomb threats, hostage situations, or other emergencies.
Police reports can be obtained either in person at the Tigard Police Department or by mail. A "report request" form is required for each report desired and will become a permanent document filed with the case.
Youth Peer Court
Students in grades 5-12 represent their peers as resources to the community to advise on the best ways to build developmental assets for youth in Tigard.