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  • Oregon State Police- Solar Ecplise 2017 Travel Information

    Oregon State Police

    Solar Eclipse 2017 Travel Information
    The Solar Eclipse, that will occur on August 21, 2017, is a very rare and wonderful event.  The “Path of Totality” is a 62-mile-wide strip where the sun will go completely dark.  If you are in the path, you’ll witness a corona, where the sun’s light extends out from the darkness of the moon.  Oregon will be the first State to experience the total eclipse in the entire country.  The path will touch land at around 10:15 am on the Oregon coast between Pacific City and Newport.  The path will continue 338 miles across Oregon.  The experience will last only a couple of minutes.  For information about viewing safety, please visit NASA’s how to guide.
    The Oregon State Police will be out focusing on maintaining the flow of traffic as well as enforcing all traffic laws but especially the Fatal 5.  These 5 major categories of driving behaviors contribute to most fatal or serious injury crashes.
    ·       SPEED
    ·       OCCUPANT SAFETY       
    ·       LANE SAFETY
    ·       IMPAIRED DRIVING
    ·       DISTRACTED DRIVING
    For more information... click here.
  • SafeOregon
    Web-SafeOregon-300px.pngThe Oregon State Police is pleased to announce the availability of SafeOregon a new school safety tip line program available to all public K-12 schools in Oregon at no cost to use. SafeOregon requires schools to complete a sign-up process in order for students to use.
    SafeOregon is a way for students, staff or other members of the public to anonymously report and share confidential information of a threat or a potential threat to student safety.  Trained staff are available 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year reached through a phone call, text message, mobile application or website.  The main goal of SafeOregon is to intervene at the earliest possible point in the life of a young person who is struggling, helping them when they need it, before the situation turns into a tragedy.
    SafeOregon is designed to encourage Oregon students to share and respond to anything that threatens their safety or the safety of others, anything that makes a student feel unsafe or if a student knows someone who feels unsafe. Here are a few examples: safety threats, violence, threats of violence, fights, drugs, alcohol, weapons, bullying or friends that talk about hurting themselves, harassment, intimidation, cyber bullying, or self-harm.
     
    For more information please visit safeoregon.com. The resource page has more information for students, parents and for schools to sign-up. Students and parents are encouraged to talk to their school administration about making SafeOregon available in their school.
    Additionally:
    It is a violation of ORS165.570 to improperly use the SafeOregon system.
  • Oregon State Police's 5-Year Strategic Roadmap

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    OSP  has created a 5-year plan, titled the Oregon State Police Strategic Roadmap.  This document is intentionally short and succinct.  Its purpose is to clearly communicate the foundational structure of our agency; the Vision, Mission, Values and Strategy. 

    The Roadmap connects OSP’s foundational history, with today’s public safety environment and the steps we are taking to prepare for the collective challenges of tomorrow.  As an agency stakeholder, we wanted to share this plan with you to announce and celebrate the vision for the Oregon State Police.  We hope you enjoy this final product, compiled after months of input from a cross-section of agency employees as we endeavor to uphold our responsibilities to you and our culture of service.
     
     
     
  • Follow the Oregon State Police on Social Media
    Facebook:     @OSPSocial             @OregonStateFireMarshal     
    Twitter:         @ORStatePolice       @OSP_Fish       @OSFM      
    Instagram:   @OSPSocial
     
    The OSP Twitter account has primarily been a quick way to pass along news releases and law enforcement information. The new Facebook and Instagram accounts are focused on community involvement, positive outreach and the work OSP does on a daily basis.   We are looking for your help as we engage in collective outreach to highlight our accomplishments and the value we bring to Oregon.  We have created an email account specifically focused on communities and our partners to share their stories.  OSPSocial@state.or.us is an email address set up to send your photos, stories and community involvement messages out to the people of Oregon.
     
    If you see something that embodies the OSP story, please send it us so we can share it with the public.  When you send us an email, please let us know the date/time, activity and people involved.  If there is a photo - please let us know if you were given permission to post their image on the web or social media.  These photos can be work related or community engagement activities, whether "on" or "off "duty.  One item of note, we will not be tagging people on any of the social media sites at this time.
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Other Important Phone Numbers
Report a Wildlife Violation: 800-452-7888
Arson Violations: 800-452-7888
General Headquarters: 503-378-3720
Sex Offender Registration: 503-934-1258​ 
 
 
 
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SafeOregon is a new school tip line program available to all public K-12 schools in Oregon.  For more information, go to SafeOregon.com
 
 
 
 
Recreational Marijuana: Educate Before You Recreate


Starting July 1, Oregon's recreational marijuana laws are in effect. That means adults age 21 and older can legally possess and use recreational marijuana. It's important to know what's legal and what's not.


Go to whatslegaloregon.com for more information. 

 

 

 

 Oregon State Police Twitter Feed - @ORstatepolice

 

OSP in the News

 

'Ready for anything': New recruits graduate Oregon State Police academy


 

Great interview of OSP Forensic Anthropologist Nici Vance

 

Oregon State Trooper stays on duty while house he built burns


 

Native American Artifacts and Burial Goods Investigation in Klamath Falls


 

 
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