Beaverton Police Department Annual Report Is Live

Each year, the Beaverton Police Department releases an annual report to share key information on department bureaus and accomplishments for the year.

The 2020 Annual Report is now available and features overviews of response during unprecedented conditions, crime statistics and more.

“The year of 2020 is going to be remembered as a challenging time by many across the world for the events that took place — and those that didn’t as a result of the effects of COVID-19,” said Chief Ronda Groshong. “Our officers and support staff demonstrated their resolve in serving our community and continued to show up to work every day undeterred; through the pandemic, hazardous air conditions during summer wildfires, and accomplished a massive move to our new Public Safety Center. As a department, we are united, resilient, and continue to be committed to serving our community. Beaverton remains a safe place to live, work, and visit because of the hard work and dedication of our officers, support staff, and volunteers.”

View the report at www.BeavertonPolice.org.

City and Police Overview

19.6
City Size in Square Miles

189
Total Department Personnel

141
Sworn

48
Nonsworn

13
Average Years of Service
With City (Sworn)

41
Average Age (Sworn)

$34,650,927
Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget

98,255
Population

1.44
Officer per 1,000 Residents

90,572
Calls for Service

46,663
Officer Initiated Calls for Service

5.23 minutes
Average Response Time for Priority Calls for Service

3,928
Total Arrests, Part 1, 2 & 3 Crimes