Lane County Sheriff's Office

LCSO mapUpdating Lane County’s computer aided dispatch system had the unexpected side effect of blocking easy access to reports on calls for police services. November 19th of 2013 marked the last time the public could find information about when and where the Lane County Sheriff’s Office was responding to things like robberies, harassment or traffic accidents.
Last week the Sheriff’s Office launched a new Crime Mapping/ Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) Public Log. The system allows both the media and the public to have a short report on what’s occurred. In addition, the Sheriff’s Office can now provide McKenzie River Reflections with the more detailed reports that have been part of the newspaper for years, according to publisher Ken Engelman.

Lifejacket exchange program is set for June 29th & 30th

Hiker stranded on PCT near Hwy. 242 rescued

Dec. 20: 7:17 AM: Suspicious Conditions – Deerhorn Rd. & Dowdy Lane. Caller had a bus driver on Deerhorn report 2 males approached him about 2 hours ago saying they were lost & “didn’t know where to go.” Involved are about 20, were last seen walking toward the highway. Caller thought it was odd, worried about kids in the area. 09:14: Patrol check – unable to locate.

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