Police Services

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The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office provides "Exemplary Service for a Safe, Livable Community" for Fairview as well as other neighboring cities and unincorporated areas. 

Contact

MCSO (Police Services) 503-988-7300
Non Emergency 503-823-3333
Emergency 9-1-1

James Eriksen, Police Chief 503-674-6213 l James Eriksen 

Link to MCSO Frequently Asked Questions

Link to Vacation Home Check Request

Link to Voluntary Surveillance Camera Registration

Report Abandoned Auto on Public Property

  • Call: 503-988-7300

Crime Data Dashboard

Community members may access crime data by type, time and geographic area, as well as study historical trends and review specific time periods dating back to January 1, 2016, in areas patrolled by the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. This includes unincorporated Multnomah County, and sheriff’s office contract cities of Fairview, Maywood Park, Troutdale and Wood Village. The dashboard will be updated no less than once a week.

Link to Public Crimes Data Dashboard

Frequently Used Phone Numbers & Other Information 2021

Emergency 911
Non-Emergency Calls for Service 503-823-3333
MCSO Law Enforcement Records Unit 503-998-7300
MCSO Confidential Tip Line 503-988-0560
MCSO Concealed Handgun Unit 503-988-0517
MCSO Alarm/Permits 503-988-0511
MCSO Reporting Abandoned Vehicles 503-988-7300
MCSO Communications Unit (Public Records Request) 503-988-2300
MCSO Administrative Offices 503-988-4300
MCSO Property/Evidence 503-988-0373
MCSO Civil Unit 503-988-0512
MCSO Homeless Outreach & Program Engagement HOPE@MCSO.US
MCSO Website WWW.MCSO.US
MCSO Community Patrol WWW.MCSOCP.COM
Unused/Expired Medication Drop Off Location Target Pharmacy