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Public Awareness: Phone Scammers Representing Themselves as Police Employees - 09/29/23

The Newberg-Dundee Police Department has taken several reports recently about phone scammers calling the public or businesses and representing themselves as NDPD officers. The scammer can even make the phone number on the caller ID appear to come from the police department’s phone number. This is a known scam that makes its way through various localities and usually attempts to trick the call recipient into giving the scammers money. 

Police in Oregon will never call you on the phone to pay fines that you have never heard of or claim you have an outstanding warrant that can be resolved by sending us financial information or gift cards. You can always contact police agencies directly to verify the legitimacy of suspicious calls.

"Drive Sober" Campaign Enforcement Results - 09/07/23

The Newberg-Dundee Police Department participated in enhanced traffic patrols from August 19th through Labor Day weekend. The enforcement was focused to detect drivers operating vehicles while under the influence of intoxicants.  The effort resulted in two arrests for drug related DUII and two arrests for alcohol related DUII during the targeted dates. There were a total of nine DUII arrests for the entire month.

Funding for these extra patrols is made possible through grants and in partnership with the Oregon Department of Transportation.