Six Keizer police officers were awarded the Medal of Valor for their heroic efforts in July 2021 when a routine interaction turned into a shootout and car chase.
Keizer will honor six of its police officers this coming Monday, Nov. 20, with the medal of valor
The Keizer Police Department staged its second Faith and Blue event on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Central Cristiano Agape Church in Keizer.
The Keizer Police Department will hold Faith and Blue on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Central Cristiano Agape Church at 1610 Chemawa Rd. NE (near the Verda Lane round-about).
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.
Andrew Copeland will officially be sworn in as Keizer’s fifth police chief on Friday, Sept. 29, surrounded by family and city personnel.
At approximately 2:17 p.m. on Tuesday, Keizer Police responded to a 911 call at the Keizer Station Apartments in the 5400 block of McLeod Lane NE.
As a result, a 21-year-old male was charged with misdemeanor domestic menacing after he threatened his 21-year-old ex-girlfriend with a firearm.
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.
The Keizer Police Department’s Traffic Safety Unit will have extra patrols in the month of April as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has declared April National Distracted Driving Awareness month.