Keizer will honor six of its police officers this coming Monday, Nov. 20, with the medal of valor
In front of a standing room only crowd of friends, family and city officials, new Keizer Chief of Police Andrew Copeland was officially
sworn in on Friday, Sept. 29 in the council chambers.
Lt. Andrew Copeland has been promoted to Keizer Police Chief, to succeed John Teague, the city of Keizer announced Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Chief John Teague is retiring on Sept. 30, closing out a 34 year law enforcement career.
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Every year there are over 3,700 vehicle crashes in the Salem-Keizer area, with thousands of injuries—some minor, others life changing—including 15 to 20 fatalities per year. Despite efforts at the state and local level to build a safer transportation system and encourage safer driving, the number of crashes and fatalities has increased over the last 10 years.
An arson fire caught on a security camera damaged the West Salem offices of Lighthouse Financial Enterprises, Inc., owned by Keizer resident Phillip Gerstner.
Keizer Police Department’s drone program saves officers time, reduces risk, and saves money. In the past, when Keizer Police Department responded to a major traffic accident, getting topographical, or top-down images of the accident scene was almost always required. This would involve at least four hours along with a fire[Read More…]
Since 1984, people in neighborhoods all over the country have left their houses, locked up behind them, and spent the first Tuesday evening in August outside with their friends, neighbors and local police officers as part of National Night Out. Keizer is known as a “city of neighborhoods,” which means[Read More…]
Monday, December 27 8:01 a.m. – Theft from motor vehicle in the 100 block of Sunset Avenue N. 9:20 a.m. – Shoplifting in the 4000 block of River Road N. 2:27 p.m. – Harassment in the 800 block of Plymouth Drive NE. 6:04 p.m. – Harassment in the 800 block[Read More…]