Municipal Code 8.28.030 requires all alarm users to obtain an Alarm User Permit. This code also spells out additional responsibilities and restrictions applicable to both residential and business alarm users. Applications are available on our web site and at the Hood River Police Department located at 207 2nd Street. Applications may be mailed or hand delivered to the department’s business office. The permit fee per calendar year is $44.00. Please include it with your application.
Certain police records and reports may, with some restrictions, be obtained in person or by written request. A request form, available on our web site and at the police department, must be completed with detailed and specific request information. Depending on the specific request, the result may not be immediately available. The standard fee for police records and reports etc. are as follows:
- Police Reports (20 pgs. or less): $13.00
- additional fee per page: .38 cents
- Photos/Video: $33.00
- Extensive request: $33.00 per hour
Hood River Police offer a fingerprinting service on a limited basis. Fingerprinting for employment or records and criminal history checking are done Mon-Fri between 10:00 AM- 11:45 AM and 1:00 PM-4 PM. No Appointment necessary. First two cards incur a fee of $16.00. Additional Cards are $5.00. Photo ID is required.
Speed Monitoring Awareness Radar Trailer (SMART)
Neighborhoods, school zones, construction sites, and dangerous roads could use a little assistance in promoting compliance with the speed limit.
With the help of the local Lions foundation, the Speed Monitoring Awareness Radar Trailer (SMART) is currently available for use! This unit is a portable, self-contained speed display unit that is towed to sites experiencing speed-related problems. A specially designed radar is mounted inside the locked trailer, clocking speeds. Motorists see their speeds displayed on a highly visible LED (light emitting diode) display. The speed limit sign above the display reminds motorists to pay attention and ease up on the gas pedal. For those who refuse to take the hint, warnings and citations can be issued by an officer who may decide to wait up the street for those violators. The SMART trailer is calibrated and certified to provide accurate speeds just like a Police car RADAR.
As speed awareness goes up, motorists slow down, even after the unit is moved to a different location. With fewer speed-related accidents, officers' time is freed up, and they can concentrate their efforts on more emergent incidents. Plus, citizens feel safer, which is what compliance with the speed limit is all about: safety.
If you are interested in placing this unit in your neighborhood, please contact Sergeant Sal Rivera by Email or you can call (541) 387-5256 and request the SMART trailer.
State Of Oregon
Registered Sex Offender Information
The Oregon State Police, Sex Offender Registration Unit, tracks registration of persons convicted of sex crimes who reside, work or attend school within the state of Oregon. The Unit provides information to the general public regarding registered sex offenders living in their neighborhoods by name, city, zip code or county. Those registered sex offenders who have been designated Predatory under Oregon Revised Statute 181.585, who present the highest risk of reoffending and require the widest range of community notification are listed on the Oregon Predatory Public Website (click HERE). Oregon law (ORS 181.592) currently allows the Oregon State Police to post only those registered offenders who have been designated Predatory under Oregon law (ORS 181.585). Language in the law states that the Oregon State Police will not use the internet to provide information on the remaining sex offenders registered in the state.
Information on the remaining registered sex offenders in Oregon can be obtained by calling the Sex Offender Registration Unit's List Line at (503) 378-3725 Ext. 44429. For the National Sex Offender Registry link click HERE.