Sunriver Police Department

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

LOST & FOUND PROPERTY

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.  ​


​PURSUANT TO ORS 98.245, SUNRIVER POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS IN ITS PHYSICAL POSSESSION UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY. IF YOU HAVE OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN ANY UNCLAIMED PROPERTY, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH SUNRIVER POLICE DEPARTMENT. 


 Call Dispatch to Report Lost or Found Property - (541) 693-6911

ABOUT OUR DEPARTMENT

 Sunriver Police Department was established in 1969. It was known as the Sunriver Department of Public Safety and the   first patrol officer was hired.  At that   time, the lone officer worked for the developer and was commissioned as a deputy   sheriff.  The developer provided the officer with a patrol vehicle and the   Sheriff provided him with the decals, radio and   lights. The officer was the sole Sunriver Police Officer for several years until he was hired full time by the   Deschutes   County Sheriff's Office.  The Sunriver Department of Public Safety continued to work under the developers until the   Sunriver Owners Association   took over in 1987. At that time, the Sunriver Department of Public Safety along with the   Sunriver Fire and Road Departments were transferred to the Owners   Association. During this time period, the Sunriver   Police Officers continued to be commissioned through the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office.


 The year 2002 was another milestone in the history of the Sunriver Police Department. In 2002, the community of Sunriver   voted to pass a Special County Service District to provide public safety services to the Community of Sunriver.  Sunriver   Department of Public Safety became Sunriver Police Department, at   that time.

 On April 8, 2003 the Sunriver Police Department received accreditation from the Oregon Accreditation Alliance.​  We have   maintained our accredited status since that date.  



HISTORY OF SUNRIVER POLICE

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PATROL DIVISION


 The Sunriver Police Department currently has six Police Officers, one Corporal, and two Sergeants assigned to Patrol.  The Patrol Division is responsible for patrolling and responding to calls for service, both emergency and non-emergency, throughout Sunriver. There are Police Officers on duty 24-hours a day, every day of the year. Three of our officers currently serve on the CERT Team here in Central Oregon as well as serving and assisting the citizens of our community.


 Responsibilities of the Patrol Division include (but are not limited to):

  • Responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for service
  • Investigating criminal activity and reported crimes
  • Enforcement of traffic laws
  • Prevention of crime by the use of community interaction and visible patrols
  • Enforcement of Sunriver Rules and Regulations
  • Assist neighboring agencies ​


 All members of the Sunriver Police Department have specialized training in crisis situations and mental health as an ongoing effort to make our Police Department more diverse in handling the constant change in our community.   Officers are required to maintain their police certification through the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.




















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