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  • End Summer the Right Way: Drive Safely to Save Lives this Labor Day Holiday Weekend
    Oregon State Police (OSP), Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), and law enforcement agencies in Oregon are continuing a nationwide effort to prevent traffic crashes by targeting impaired drivers during the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend. The nationwide "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign aims to keep those driving, riding or walking on or along our roadways safe. Last year during the 2012 Labor Holiday 78-hour reporting period, two people died in traffic crashes on Oregon roads and OSP troopers made 54 DUII arrests. This year’s reporting period starts 6:00 p.m., Friday, August 29, and concludes Monday, 11:59 p.m., September 1. More info & tips here
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Latest Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris Update
In February 2012, Oregon State Police, along with other state agencies including Oregon Office of Emergency Management, have been working together on issues related to Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris beginning to appear along the Oregon coastline. The following links provide the most current information from NOAA, Oregon State Parks & Recreation Department, and Oregon Office of Emergency Management on this issue. Future important available updates will be added on our website.
Important Phone Numbers
Drunk Drivers 800-24-DRUNK (800-243-7865)
Wildlife Violations 800-452-7888
Arson Violations 800-452-7888
General Headquarters 503-378-3720
Sex Offender Registration 503-378-3725 x 44429

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