WPD Officer Arrested on Five Counts
Warrenton Police Officer Ray Ayers was booked and released from the Clatsop County Jail on the following charges: First Degree Aggravated Theft, First Degree Theft, Second Degree Forgery, Tampering with Physical Evidence, and First Degree Official Misconduct. Read More...
July 4th Enhanced Traffic Patrols
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We are located at 225 S. Main Ave. at the corner of SW 2nd Ave. and Main St. The Warrenton Police Department shares a building with City and the Warrenton Fire Department. Map
Copies of police reports can be purchased at the Police Station, Monday thru Friday between 8:30am and 5:00pm. Please have the case number and name listed on the report. There will be a service fee charged for all copies.
Generally we do not unlock car doors due to liability and a lack of locksmith expertise. Officers will respond to assist you in contacting a towing service that can help or offer any other assistance we can provide. Exceptions may be made in emergency situations or if a person or animal is locked inside.
Contact the Warrenton Municipal Court clerk at 503-861-0792.
You can pay for a citation, fine, or judgment at the Warrenton City Hall Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm. If you have questions contact the Municipal Court at 503-861-0792.
Contact the Warrenton Police Department (503-861-2235) and report the situation. Officers will work with you to solve the problem using a variety of methods. You can also email any problems to firstname.lastname@example.org
For crimes in progress or emergencies call 9-1-1. For Non-Emergencies you can call the dispatch center at 503-325-4411. For all other matters call our non-emergency business line at 503-861-2235.
Call the business line at 503-861-2235 or email email@example.com
The law requires that all accidents over $1500 in property damage or resulting in ANY injury, must be reported to the local police agency. Driver Report forms are available at any DMV office or any law enforcement agency and can be turned into your local DMV office or mailed to the DMV at: Accident Reporting Unit, 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem, OR 97314. The law changed to and reports CANNOT be turned into police departments any more.
You will need to obtain a signed release form from the department. To obtain a release form you MUST BE the "owner" of the vehicle and will need to provide the current vehicle registration or title, proof of current insurance coverage, and pay an administrative fee. For more information call the department at 503-861-2235.
Please call the Clatsop County Jail at 503-8325-8641 or go to:
Oregon law is very specific about this type of request. Police Officers can perform a "civil stand-by" for up to 20-minutes. Please call the dispatch center at 503-325-4411.