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Use the City’s services directory to easily find the information you need.
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Get accident reports online through the BuyCrash System for a $16 fee.
Or, get copy of an accident report by visiting the police department and paying a $10 report fee. The police department only accepts cash.
Reports are typically available within 24 hours of being scanned.
For assistance with BuyCrash call 1-866-495-4206 (available 6:00 am - 2:00 pm Monday through Friday) or contact the Gresham Police Department at 503-618-2318.
Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) : Victims can inquire about the status of an offender and register to be notified immediately in the event of an offender's release, escape, transfer or court appearance.
Multnomah County Victim Assistance Program
State of Oregon Crime Victims' Services
Mediation can be an excellent way to work through a disagreement or conflict between two or more people.
A meeting is run by an impartial mediator (coach), who provides a safe setting for both sides of the issue to be expressed. This is a free service provided to individuals and businesses in Gresham, Fairview, Troutdale, Wood Village and unincorporated Multnomah County.
Learn more about East Metro Mediation services.
The Gresham Police Department does not provide fingerprinting services to the public. These agencies provide fingerprinting services:
Clackamas County Training Facility: by appointment only
Washington County Sheriff's Office no appointment needed
Call 503-618-2700 to request a Gresham Police food basket.
Food basket delivery is available to all citizens in the police department service area.
Eligibility for services: to receive services one of these must apply:
Please speak slowly and clearly when providing the required information: your full name, address, telephone number and the number of family members in your household.
Citizen Volunteers in Policing (CVIP) will check the recorded message weekdays and call you on the day of delivery.
Allow up to three days for delivery.
If this is an emergency, call 911.
If the incident you wish to report fits the following criteria, you may file a police report online.
Otherwise, call non-emergency dispatch at 503-823-3333.
Gresham Police's Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) is a proactive unit that works closely with property owners, property management companies and neighborhood associations to combat neighborhood livability issues.
NET Tip Line: 503-618-2638.
Read more about the Neighborhood Enforcement Team.
Gresham residents may drop off unwanted prescription drugs at the Gresham Police Department, 1333 NW Eastman Parkway between 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Anonymously dispose of unused, expired or unwanted prescription drugs by simply dropping the drugs in the slotted door.
Read more about prescription drug disposal.
Notice of Trespass form
As a business or property owner, you may need to trespass an individual from your property. This form does not cover multi-family dwellings.
Reasons for trespassing an individual may include:
Read more about the
private property trespassing process.
The Property and Evidence Section is staffed by two criminalists and two police technicians who are responsible for processing crime scenes, collecting evidence and accounting for all property associated with any given case. The property is stored until it can be returned to the legal owner, the case has been adjudicated in court or until the statute of limitations has expired.
Read more about property and evidence.
The City has designated two parking stalls in front of the police department to help people be and feel safer while engaging in their free market exchange or offering families a neutral location for child custody transfers
Positioned in the north end of the City Hall parking lot, in a well-lit area within view of the police department’s front doors, the stalls are clearly marked and under the unblinking eyes of multiple surveillance cameras.
If people are not able to conduct the exchange in the newly designated area, police recommend the following ways to better ensure a safe transaction:
Sex offender registration system
The Gresham Police Department is changing the sex offender registration process. Sex Offender Registration will be by appointment only. The following rules will apply to facilitate this process:
The City of Gresham does not provide social services, but does provide a list of local resources.
Read more about local social services.
The City has a process for a citizen to file a complaint in connection with a private property impound if the citizen believes a vehicle was wrongfully towed or they were overcharged. For more information contact Rebecca Danner at 503-618-2313 or
The Private Property Impound (PPI) code requires any tower performing PPI tows in Gresham to obtain a
free PPI license and comply with all aspects of the code, including the rate resolution, which sets maximum tow rates and storage charges.
To better serve the Gresham community, and lessen the burden of releasing vehicles on Monday mornings, the Records Division now issues vehicle releases on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. The doors will remain locked and we will remain closed to the public for other Police Records related business.