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  • Halloween Safety Tips from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and OSP Missing Children Clearinghouse
    Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for children, but sometimes hectic for parents and guardians. In addition to worrying about costumes and cavities, parents must be conscious of where their children are and who they are with. Oregon State Police and NCMEC urges parents, guardians and children to remember that even though Halloween is a fun time, it is also a time when we cannot forget about safety. This Halloween, consider these basic safety precautions to help make it a safe and fun night for our children.
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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.
 
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