|Jason Malloy, Chief of Police
|Community Service Officers
|Tip Hotline (ability to leave voice message only - not monitored 24/7)
|Text-A-Tip (not monitored 24/7)
|Lincoln County Jail
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Frequently Asked Questions
|How do I register my home security camera with you?
|How do I get a copy of a police report?
|Will you run a background check for me?
|How do I know if someone is in jail?
|How do I get my car out of impound?
|Do I have a warrant?
|How do I report an abandoned vehicle?
|May I get a patch from your Department?
|Do you have a ride-along program?
|Do you have a reserve program?
|How may I become a Police Volunteer?
|How do I dispute a traffic or parking citation?
|How may I contact a Patrol Officer?
|How do I get a Concealed Handgun License?
|How do I get my fingerprints taken?
|What is the Police Advisory Committee?
|May I build a fire on the beach?
|New resident welcoming information packet
Forms and Documents
|Records Request Form
|Ride-Along Application — Ride-Along Details
|Taxi Driver Permit Application
Pharmaceutical Disposal Program
The Newport Police Department provides the Oregon State Medicine Disposal Program as a public service to properly dispose of expired or unwanted pharmaceuticals. The Disposal Collection Box is located in the lobby of City Hall at the the Police Department counter. Placement in this area allows members of the public to ask questions and to easily receive assistance from NPD staff. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The contents of the collection box are removed periodically and disposed of at an authorized site. The cost to dispose of the drugs was only a few dollars.
Prior to the Disposal Program taking effect, citizens with unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals had no method of disposing of them, other than to place them into the sanitary sewer system or into their trash. The Newport Police Department recognizes that maintaining unused pharmaceuticals in the home creates a risk of abuse by unauthorized adults, or youth who may gain access to dangerous drugs. Furthermore, medicines that are “flushed” enter the water system through our sewage treatment facility. The Oregon State Medicine Disposal Program offers an environmentally correct alternative to flushing pills or medicinal liquids. The program operates year-round, and legally accepts all prescribed medications, including those defined as controlled substances. Only a Law Enforcement Agency is authorized by the Federal Government to collect and dispose of unused controlled substances.
The Newport Police Department encourages people with unused or unwanted drugs of any kind to utilize this important service, depositing prescription or over-the-counter drugs intended for humans or animals in the pharmaceutical drop box at their Police Department.