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  • The Lake Oswego Police Department conducted a School Zone Enforcement detail on Thursday, April 27, 2017. The morning detail along Country Club Road adjacent to Lake Oswego High School started at 7:15 am and finished at 8:30 am. This detail was conducted during the posted 20 mph school speed designation.

  • Male and Female suspects

    LAKE OSWEGO – Lake Oswego police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two theft and identity theft suspects. On Tuesday, February 14, 2017, at about 11:00 a.m., a theft from a vehicle occurred in the parking lot of the Zupan’s Market, 16380 Boones Ferry Road. The victim came out of the store and saw...

  • Chaplain Boman: Lake Oswego Police and Fire


    Chaplain Chuck Boman is Chaplain to the Lake Oswego Police and Fire Departments.

  • IRS Imposter Scams are on the rise. Please review the attached document from the Federal Trade Commission to learn about what to watch for and how to respond.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    LAKE OSWEGO – The Lake Oswego Police Department will be conducting a traffic safety detail to raise awareness of pedestrian issues in school zones related to speed. The goal is to increase safety in school zones and reduce the number of vehicle versus pedestrian crashes within the City of Lake Oswego.

  • LAKE OSWEGO -  The Lake Oswego Police Department was again awarded an overtime grant to improve safety for pedestrians.  This is the eighth year in a row the department has received this grant and will once again begin targeted enforcement at crosswalks throughout the City.  The primary focus of this program is to raise...

  • Suspect before robbery

    LAKE OSWEGO - On May 5, 2016, at 4:43 p.m., an unknown suspect approached a female victim as she was withdrawing cash from the ATM at OnPoint Credit Union, at 6300 Meadows Rd. The suspect tried to take the cash from the victim, and there was a brief struggle.

  • Drive Sober of Get Pulled Over

    LAKE OSWEGO – The Lake Oswego Police Department will be working in partnership with Oregon Impact to participate in high-visibility DUII enforcement details with other law enforcement agencies across the nation on various dates in 2016.