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The Oregon Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Lucas County, Ohio. The department is composed of 4 main divisions: patrol, communications, records, and investigations. The patrol division is the largest of the department. The patrol division is responsible for responding to calls for service, preventing crime, and making local arrests. The communications division is responsible for answering all calls for service and dispatching the appropriate units. The records division is responsible for maintaining and releasing all police reports and arrest records that come into the department. The investigations division is responsible for solving crimes ranging from home invasion to homicide. The mission of the department is to work with the community to build trust, reduce crime, and create a safe environment to live, work, and play.
Brandon H. Begin, Chief of Police
Oregon Police Department
5330 Seaman Road
Oregon, OH 43616
Population Served: 20,000
Number of Officers: 47
All persons arrested by the Oregon Police Department are transported to the Lucas County Jail. The Lucas County Jail is a minimum to maximum security facility located in Toledo, Ohio. The jail houses adult offenders who have been arrested and charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses. All inmates are either serving their sentence, awaiting trial or awaiting transfer to a state of federal prison. All inmates have access to programs such as educational classes and Alcohol and Drug Treatment. The jail has a capacity of 403 inmates. The jail is responsible for releasing inmate mugshots and information.
The crime rate in Oregon, Ohio is 223. The overall crime rate is 1.2 times smaller than the US average. The crime rate is higher than the crime rates in 72.9% of all cities and towns in the US. The annual crime rate has increased by 8% in the last year. In the last 5 years, Oregon has seen an incline in both violent crime and property crime. Oregon has a livability score of 81/100, which is considered exceptional. Oregon crime rates are 44% higher than the Ohio average.