The Code Compliance program has moved from the Police Department to the Community Development Department.Read More Code Compliance Moves to Community Development Department
After a year unlike any other, the annual Beaverton Police Department awards ceremony looked a lot different this year.Read More Community members honored for saving lives, detective commended for investigations
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation, which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week, to honor of the Federal, State, and Municipal Officers who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.Read More Police Week is May 9-15
Three illuminated sculptures have been installed at the recently completed Beaverton Public Safety Center at 6125 SW Hall Blvd.Read More Illuminated Public Art Installed at Beaverton Public Safety Building
The construction of the Beaverton Public Safety Center (PSC) was completed in 2020, including the creation of a new public plaza at the corner of Southwest Hall Boulevard and Southwest Allen Boulevard.Read More Name the Public Safety Center plaza!
The Beaverton Police Department is pleased to welcome five new officers to the department.Read More Beaverton Police Department Swears in Officers
2020 was a difficult year for both renters and landlords.Read More Landlord Forums Provide Insight on Rental Property Challenges
2020 was unlike any year our community has seen. The city maintained regular services in innovative ways to ensure all stay safe during the pandemic.Read More 2020-2021 Annual Report
The Beaverton Police Department (BPD) would like to introduce you to our new K-9 officer, Roscoe.Read More Welcome, Roscoe!
The Public Safety Center, located at 6125 SW Hall Blvd., is now the new home of Beaverton’s Emergency Management Department and Beaverton Police Department.Read More Beaverton Police and Emergency Management Departments Move Into New Building