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541-693-6911

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 Sunriver Emergency Alerts

 Similar to tsunami warning sirens used along the Oregon coast, the Sunriver community is equipped with outdoor sirens that can “sound the   alarm” if   there is an imminent threat to the community. To learn what these sirens mean, or how to prepare for emergencies you may encounter in   Sunriver,   click HERE. Similar to DAS, Sunriver has it's own emergency information alert system, to get critical information out to guests and residents   during an   emergency. To register for these alerts on your phone, text SRALERTS to 888777. For more information, click the link above.


57455 Abbot Drive

P.O.Box 4788

Sunriver OR 97707


​Dispatch: 541-693-6911

- File Police Report

- Speak with an Officer

Business Office: 541.593.1014

- Public Record Request

- Evidence Release

- Form Submission

 Victim's Assistance Programs

​ If the State pursues criminal prosecution, as a crime victim you have certain rights. Some rights are automatic, and some rights have to   be requested. To learn more about these rights and how to request them, you can visit the Oregon Department of Justice's website by clicking HERE.   You can also contact the Deschutes County District Attorney’s Victim’s Assistance Program at (541) 388-6525.


IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911


For Non-Emergency Dispatch dial (541) 693-6911 

Police Officers are available 24/7!


Call non-emergency dispatch to speak with an officer or to file a police report


Local Law Enforcement Agencies

Sunriver Police Department

RESOURCES

​​Bend Police Department

541-322-2960

PO Box 4788

57455 Abbot Drive Sunriver OR 97707          

Business Hours:  Monday-Friday, 8:00 am~4:00 pm (Closed holidays)

Phone: 541.593.1014

Fax:  541.593.1870

Non-Emergency Dispatch: 541.693.6911

​Emergency: 911

Deschutes County Sheriff's Office

541.388.6655

Deschutes County Jail

541.388.6661

 Suicide Helplines

We can all help prevent suicide. If you or someone you know are struggling, these resources are open 24/7, free and confidential. You can   reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by calling 1(800)273-8255. You can also find more resources on their website by clicking HERE. If you feel   uncomfortable talking on the phone, there is a text/chat option on the website that you can access HERE. Necesitas ayuda en español, llame     1(888)628-9454. For those who are hard of hearing or speech impaired, call 1 (800) 799-4889.



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 Crisis Response

If you or someone you know are in a crisis, it can be hard to know what to do. In Deschutes County, there is a 24-hour crisis response by   phone or face-   to-face.  Crisis services are provided to any individual in need; Oregon Health Plan coverage is not required.  The crisis phone line is   available 24 hours a   day at 1 (800) 875-7364 or at (541) 322-7500, opt 9. At times, hospitalization may be necessary for the safety of the individual and   others. In these   cases,  call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. 



  ​The Deschutes Alert System (DAS)

  The Deschutes Alert System (DAS)is used to notify the public with important information during an emergency. Emergencies happen with   little to no warning at any time of the day or night. DAS can relay critical information to you about natural disasters or other emergencies that require your   immediate attention. The service area for DAS includes Deschutes County, Crooked River Ranch, and Camp Sherman in the State of Oregon. For more   information and to register for DAS, click HERE.