About the Services Bureau
The Beaverton Police Department’s Services Bureau is comprised of three divisions: Community Services, Criminal Investigations, and Property and Evidence. The Services Bureau is made up of 49 men and women working to make Beaverton one of the safest communities in the Northwest.
Community Services Division
The Community Services Division provides citizen involvement through volunteer programs, Community Academies, and many city events. Request information about many of the Beaverton Police Department’s programs, such as their Community Academy, HomeSafe Program, Military Mentor Academy, and more.
Crime Analysis Division
Numerous crime reports authored by the Crime Analysis Division can be accessed on the Department website. Find out how the Crime Analysis Division tracks criminal patterns and trend correlations to more accurately fight local crime.
Criminal Investigations Division
Our Criminal Investigations Division (CID) has 12 detectives and staff that work out of the Police Department and within multi-jurisdictional teams focusing on Person and Property Crimes, Drug Enforcement, Computer Crimes and Human Trafficking cases. Learn what the Criminal Investigation Division does to help reduce the number of serious crimes against persons and property.
Property & Evidence Division
The Property and Evidence Division processes over 4,500 cases and 12,500 items of property and evidence per year. The three dedicated employees work with the District and City Attorney’s Offices, Defense Attorneys, and officers to safeguard all property and evidence seized so that it can be used in court trials or released to the rightful owners.
The Schools Division works in partnership with the Beaverton School District by providing School Resource Officers to all comprehensive high schools, as well as the many middle schools, with in the City. Ever wonder what the Police Department does to keep our schools safe? Find out here.