Police Data Dashboard

The Beaverton Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality service to our community members. Our mission is to serve with courage, compassion and integrity. We understand recent national events have negatively impacted trust between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. Our mission at the Beaverton Police Department is to strengthen our bond with everyone who lives, works and travels through Beaverton.

We understand transparency is a key component to establishing trust between law enforcement and community members. Below are four categories covering police call statistics, police use of force, statistics on police initiated stops, and bias-based policing.  

Date ranges for reporting differ for different categories. If there is a question about a lack of reporting please contact beavertonpolice@beavertonoregon.gov

Beaverton Police Department Data Overview

Provides generic information about police department staffing levels, budget, training, and complaints. Includes an overview of calls for service by type and location.

  1. 2023
  2. 2022
  3. 2021

Biased Based Policing Report

This report complies with Beaverton Police Department Policy 401 regarding bias-based policing and provides an overview including public concerns and formal complaints to the department. Includes an in-depth statistical analysis and reporting of relevant factors throughout the time-period.

Use of Force Dashboard

An overview of police use of force statistics. Includes definitions used by BPD officers. This report includes charts and graphs of relevant topics like the number of force incidents involving subjects of a particular race, ethnicity, gender, and age category.

Statistical Transparency of Policing (STOP) Dashboard

Provides an overview of officer-initiated traffic and pedestrian stops that occurred in the time-period.