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Gervais Police Department
The Gervais Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality police service possible to those who live, work, and learn in the City of Gervais. We work in a transparent and collaborative with our community and eagerly strive to maintain the greatest available level of public safety. We provide our service with a commitment to cultivating the public trust of our community and citizens.
The Gervais Police Department is staffed by the Chief of Police, Lieutenant, three full time Police Officers and Reserve Police Officers. To reach an Officer and to inquire about general information, please call the office at 503-792-4575, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If you have an after-hours or non-emergency event that requires immediate police attention, please call our dispatch center at 503-588-5032. Our dispatch center takes calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
In the event of an emergency that threatens life or property, please dial 911.
Peter Spirup, Chief of Police
Mark Chase, Lieutenant
Dan Marshall, Police Officer
Charlie Palmer, Police Officer
Kim Williams, Administrative Assistant
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592 4th Street
Gervais, OR 97026
City of Gervais