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Emergency: 911
Police Non-Emergency: 503.823.3333 (weekends or holidays)
Crime Prevention General Line: 503.823.4064

PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU
Central Precinct - Neighborhood Response Team

A/Sgt. Shaun Sahli
shaun.sahli@portlandoregon.gov
503.823.0344 (office line)

CRIME PREVENTION COORDINATORS
https://www.portlandoregon.gov/civic

Mark Wells
mark.wells@portlandoregon.gov
503.823.4000

Sarah Berkemeier
sarah.berkemeier@portlandoregon.gov

GRAFFITI

  • If you witness graffiti occurring, call 911

  • Take a photo

  • Report to the city

    • Online reporting: https://pdxreporter.org

    • Email: graffiti@portlandoregon.gov

    • Call: Office of Neighborhood Involvement’s Graffiti Hotline 503.823.4824 or
      Graffiti Abatement Program Coordinator 503.823.9666

  •  Request IMMEDIATE clean up from your landlord/property owner

  • The city offers free or reduced-cost removal service to small businesses and residents. They also provide free removal kits with effective, non-toxic solvent.
    More info here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/civic/34427

  • Let the DCBA know (dcba.pdx@gmail.com.com) if you have a surveillance camera. Surveillance videos and photos can help determine who the vandals are and when they are striking. We will pass this info onto a local group of volunteers that is working with law enforcement to try to stop graffiti in the neighborhood. They are trying to document graffiti, raise awareness, and share ideas on how to address it. Please help them help our neighborhood graffiti free.

  • Consider anti-graffiti paint - a clear coat of paint that prevents graffiti from getting absorbed into building paint. Makes cleanup much easier!


 
 
 

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