Police Department

Milton Freewater Police

The mission of the Milton-Freewater Police Department is to work with and for members of our culturally diverse community to enforce the law in a fair, firm and friendly manner, to provide and maintain a high level of professionalism in the performance of our duties, to preserve the peace, prevent crime, and strive to keep the public safe and secure. The goal of this department is to improve the quality of life in the community by actively participating in a partnership with the citizenry to keep our families and our neighborhoods safe and free of crime. (Photo permission of the Valley Times)

The Police Department staffs 11 sworn officers and 6 dispatchers to provide 24 hour police services and support fire, ambulance and emergency response needs for the community.

Our programs include criminal and traffic patrol, communications, narcotics investigator and City Code enforcement.

We welcome your comments and/or concerns.  Please click here for a citizen form you may complete and return.

Chief of Police Doug Boedigheimer can be reached at 541-938-5511 or by e-mail.

For dispatch/communications inquiries, contact Luz Garcia by phone at 541-938-5511 or by e-mail.

Records Request - click here for form.

For information regarding dog licensing and fee schedule, Click here.  For information regarding lost dogs or cats, click here for the Blue Mountain Humane Society.

Crime Prevention Tips.  Suggestions to help keep you and your family safe. Click here

Community Accountability Board seeks new members Click here for application