Crime Prevention Resources
Crime Prevention coordinators provide problem-solving, community organizing and education on crime and public safety issues. They also organize neighborhood watch programs and community foot patrols. Contact your Crime Prevention Coordinator below to work on any crime prevention issues.
The Southeast Crime Prevention Program Coordinator for the Richmond Neighborhood is
Neighborhood Response Team (NRT) Officer:
These police officers work with neighbors, crime prevention, and other city bureaus to address chronic, on-going public safety concerns in neighborhoods.
Officer Chris Gilbert email@example.com 503-823-1274 is assigned to Richmond.
Crime Prevention website
For additional information about the Crime Prevention Program, access to resources, learn about upcoming events, forums and initiatives. www.portlandonline.com/oni/cp
Crime Stats website
On-line service that makes it easy for users to view and compare neighborhood crime statistics in Portland.
Police Non-emergency 503-823-3333
Non-emergency criminal activity or a “cold” crime where the suspects have left or there is no suspect info, file police report.
Police Information Line 503-823-4636 7 AM to Midnight, Mon-Fri
Obtain case numbers for filed police reports, file a report for vandalism to a vehicle or property, file a report for theft from a vehicle or property, & access other police services.
Southeast Precinct 503-823-2143
Neighborhood liaison officer, district officer, or detective team.
Drug House Reporting 503-823-DRUG www.portlandonline.com/police
Portland Police Bureau’s Drug & Vice Division 24hr hotline to report suspected drug houses & other drug activity.
Gang Enforcement 503-823-4823
For gang information/concerns.
Graffiti Reporting 503-823-4TAG
To report graffiti on residential, business, or public property.
Residential Inspection Team: 503-823-7306 www.portlandonline.com/bds/
Report nuisance building, trash & debris in yard and dilapidated buildings.