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PURSUANT TO ORS 98.245, SUNRIVER POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS IN ITS PHYSICAL POSSESSION THE UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW. IF YOU HAVE OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN ANY OF THIS UNCLAIMED PROPERTY, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH SUNRIVER POLICE DEPARTMENT WITHIN 90 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, OR YOU WILL LOSE YOUR INTEREST IN THE LISTED PROPERTY. YOU MUST PROVIDE SATISFACTORY PROOF OF OWNERSHIP. _________________________________________________________________________________________


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Buckle Up. Every Trip. Every Time. Starting January 30th through February 12th, Sunriver Police Department will be educating drivers about safety belt and child seat laws, along with other police agencies throughout Oregon.

Please be sure that everyone in your vehicle buckles up for every trip, every time. Seatbelts save lives.

The Sunriver Police Department strives for excellence in the services we provide.  We are professional, innovative, approachable and accountable to those we serve.  Our organization is built upon trust, respect and accountability.  We lead the law enforcement profession by going above and beyond in our service delivery.

SUNRIVER POLICE DEPARTMENT

NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISPOSE OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY

March 10, 2022

January 30th - February 12

NHTSA - sponsored awareness event


Each year, honest citizens turn in numerous wallets, credit cards, cell phones, key rings/fobs and personal identification, such as driver's licenses, to the Sunriver Police Department. 


Many of these items are found on the miles of bike paths that Sunriver has to offer.  It is not advisable to ride a bike or walk the pathways with items in your unfastened pockets.  The leg motion from riding a bike or walking can cause items to work their way out of your pocket.


Key rings are one of the most difficult items to return to an owner. 

  • Engrave or attach your phone number to your key ring. 
  • Do not put your name or physical address on your keys or key ring


If you find personal item(s) please feel free to turn them over to your local police department.