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In Partnership With Our Community

We are proud to partner with our residents, businesses and other community partners to make Hillsboro a safe placeAbout HPD Slide Show to grow up, and to grow old. The people we meet often say, “You don’t seem like a cop to me.” Our culture is a little different that way. We know that sometimes the right words, the right attitude and genuine care for the people who call Hillsboro home, make all the difference.

People typically think of police exclusively as law enforcement officers, and that’s certainly a critical part of what the Hillsboro Police Department does. But there are many other ways we work to connect with the community and make Hillsboro a safe and great place. 

We welcome you to peruse our site or contact us to learn more!
 

 

Contact Us
Main PrecinctImage Hillsboro Police Patch
250 SE 10th Avenue
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
503-681-6190 
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See locations of our two police stations and more contact information.

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FOR EMERGENCIES, call 9-1-1

FOR NON-EMERGENCIES, call 503-629-0111

News
  • The Hillsboro City Council strongly encourages Hillsboro residents to refrain from open burning, as well as burning wood in appliances that lack pollution control equipment on days when an air advisory is issued.... >>

  • One of the most significant ways we support our schools is through our economic development efforts: highly-focused, collaborative, and effective work to build and maintain the strongest economy to help provide funding to support schools. ... >>

  • The Hillsboro Police Department celebrated the retirement of drug detection K9 Riley after nearly 6 years of service with HPD. Read more about Riley and his service to the Hillsboro community.... >>

  • The friendships established between the City of Hillsboro and its sister city, Fukuroi, Japan, will continue into the future after Mayor Jerry Willey and Fukuroi Mayor Hideyuki Harada agreed to continue the two cities’ partnership at a signing ceremony in Hillsboro on October 27, 2014.... >>

  • The second annual Hillsboro Youth Invasion gave more than 280 Students from Century, Glencoe, Hillsboro, Liberty, and Miller Education Center high schools, the ability to explore careers in local government and learn how City of Hillsboro employees work to serve the community.... >>

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Last updated: 9/5/2014 11:16:16 AM