Thank you for your interest in the Department of Oregon State Police and our beautiful state. Oregon is known for its diverse regions of beaches, mountains, forests and high desert. Residents and visitors alike treasure Oregon’s abundance of recreational and scenic opportunities.
The members of the Oregon State Police cherish our role in our state’s public safety system, with the collaborative goals of enhancing livability, while protecting the people, property and natural resources of Oregon. The Oregon State Police is a full service law enforcement agency, rich in traditions of service, integrity, and professionalism.
Superintendent Terri Davie has almost twenty-four years of experience in the field of law enforcement in Oregon. Terri spent five years with the Oregon Department of Corrections, working inside the Oregon State Penitentiary.
In December 2001, Terri began her career with the Oregon State Police as a Patrol Trooper assigned to the Albany Area Command. Terri has served in many different assignments during her law enforcement career, working in such capacities as a Patrol Trooper, a Technical Collision Investigator, a Major Crimes Detective, a Crisis Negotiator on the agency's SWAT Team, and as a Station Commander at the Capitol Mall Area Command. In July 2016, Terri received the honor of being selected as the Deputy Superintendent of the Oregon State Police.
Terri was born and raised in Oregon and has lived the majority of her life in the Willamette Valley. Terri and her husband Mark, have been married for over 33 years and have one adult daughter. In addition to spending time with her family, she enjoys outdoor activities including camping and hiking.
In November 2020, Terri was appointed by Governor Brown and confirmed by the Oregon Senate to be the 14th Superintendent of the Oregon State Police.
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