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Stayton Police Resources and Events

  • If you have a suspicion that your son or daughter is using drugs, help is just a phone call away. The Stayton Police Department can test your child in a strictly confidential way. All information is kept between you and your child. It goes no further. No information is kept by the Police Department.

     

    The negative impacts of drug abuse touch all of us, from every walk of life, in every community.... no one is exempt. That is why the law enforcement community in conjunction with other community partners created Parent Aid.

     

    Parent Aid is a simple, quick and confidential urinalysis drug testing program designed to help identify drug abuse before disaster strikes. The testing is free of charge to a parent of any child under 18 years of age.

     

    To learn more, please contact the Stayton Police Department at (503) 769-3423.

  • Project Child Safe is a gun-violence prevention initiative to help prevent gun accidents with children. Through this program, the Stayton Police Department is able to provide free gun locks and firearm safety education to everyone.

     

    If you own a gun or have one in your home, you can obtain a free gun lock from the Stayton Police Department. For more information, please contact the Stayton Police at (503) 769-3423.

  • Santiam Peer Court is a program operated by the Stayton Friends of the Family. Peer Court is a court system where juveniles who have committed misdemeanor crimes and violations are judged by a group of their peers. The judges, clerks, bailiffs, and jury members are volunteers between the ages of 12 to 20 years of age. The defendants have admitted guilt and are standing trial to be sentenced by their peers.

     

    The success of Peer Court is a group effort by the Peer Court Coordinator, Stayton Police Department, volunteers, and support from the Community.

     

    If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about the Santiam Youth Court, contact Sharon Goodman at (503) 769-5749.

  • National Night Out is a celebration for neighbors to get together and enjoy food and fellowship with our local police officers. The Stayton Police Department is proud to be a National Night Out participant. The event is held annually on the 1st Tuesday in August. 

     

    If you have questions about National Night Out, please contact the Stayton Police Department at (503) 769-3423.

  • On the 3rd Thursday of June the Stayton, Turner, Aumsville, Salem Police Departments, Oregon State Police, Linn & Marion county Sheriff’s Offices host the Jr. Police Fishing Derby. The event started in 1983 as a way for law enforcement officers to connect with local youth. The derby consists of members of law enforcement, local volunteers and youth spending a day fishing together. The youths participating in the outing must be between the ages of 8 and 13, in the Marion and Linn County, Santiam Valley area.

     

    The fishing derby is to create a closer relationship between the youths and law enforcement agencies and to provide a day of fishing for children who may not otherwise have such an opportunity. Every child receives a shirt or hat in remembrance of the day. A hot-dog BBQ with all the trimmings is also provided. We are thankful for the generous donations from valley area businesses that make all this possible.

     

    The Annual Junior Police Fishing Derby is a rewarding experience for all involved. If you are interested in participating or making a donation to this worthwhile event, please contact the Stayton Police Department at (503) 769-3423.

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