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Clackamas County (OR)


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C-COM 911

Clackamas County (CCOM) 911 Website

Call 911 in the case of ANY in-progress emergency!
503-655-8211 Non-Emergency Dispatch

View live Fire/EMS CAD calls by going to Joint CAD Incident Tracking System. This system tracks both Clackamas County and Washington County.

Police

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office (CCSO)

CCSO Unit ID

The first number(LO/WL uses most of these as well):
1-4 is the shift number (1=2100-0700 2=0700-1700 3=1100-2100 4=1700-0300)
5=K-9 units
6=Misc. Special Units (D.A.R.E, Public Affairs, Chaplain, etc.)
7=Reserves
8=Traffic/Traffic related (Bike patrol for OCPD)
9=SWAT
10=SAR
12=Off-Duty (Will use like: 12DAVID572)

A - Adam - Clackamas Community College Public Safety
B - Boy - Canby P.D.
C - Charlie - Corrections
D - David - CCSO Deputy
E - Edward - Damascas/Boring Enhanced Patrol District
F - Frank - Marine Deputy / Forestry Unit
G - George - Estacada Enhanced Patrol District
H - Henry - Gladstone P.D.
K - King - CCSO Civil Deputy
L - Lincoln - Lake Oswego P.D. (LOCOMM)
M - Mary - Milwaukie P.D.
N - Nora - Molalla P.D.
P - Paul - Oregon City P.D.
R - Robert - Sandy P.D.
S - Sam - West Linn P.D. (LOCOMM)
T - Tom - Wilsonville Enhanced Patrol District
V - Victor - Happy Valley Enhanced Patrol District
Z - Detectives/SIU

Now for the numbers:
90-99's are Sergeants county wide! If you hear 2SAM92 on Lake Oswego's net, it's a Sergeant.

The regular CCSO SGT's are broken down like this:
D90-93=Central Sgts
D94-96 Outlying SGT's
D97-99 "Wild" SGT's

This is the breakdown for the regular deputies (David Units) only.
D1-D7=Westside Cars (6-7 are Wild)
D10-D34=99E/McLoughlin (30-34 are Wild)
D40-59=82nd Ave./Clackamas Cars (35-39 are Wild)
D60-69=Boring/Mountain Cars (67-69 are Wild)
D70-73=East Cars (73 is Wild)
D76-79=Metro Cars (79 is Wild)
D80-D85=South County Cars (83-85 are Wild)
Wild cars are cars that basically rove around each district. The other units have set areas or "grids" of the district they patrol.

D1xx=Officers (i.e. Lieutenants, Captains, Chief, Etc.)

Canby Police Department

Canby Police Department Website
122 N. Holly
Canby, Or 97013
(503)266-1104

The Department consists of 28 personnel: 24 sworn and 4 non-sworn support personnel.

Gladstone Police Department

Gladstone Police Department Website
525 Portland Ave.
Gladstone, OR 97027
(503)656-5225

Gladstone PD has 16 sworn officers

Molalla Police Department

Molalla Police Department Website
117 N. Molalla Ave.
P.O. Box 248
Molalla, OR 97038
503-829-8817

Molalla PD has 12 sworn officers, 3 non-sworn support, 8 reserve officers, and 7 volunteers.

Oregon City Police Department

Oregon City Police Department Website
320 Warner Milne Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
(503)657-4964

Oregon City PD has over 35 sworn officers!

Sandy Police Department

Sandy Police Department Website
38970 Proctor Blvd.
Sandy, Oregon 97055
(503)668-5566

Sandy PD has 13 sworn officers, and 3 non-sworn support.

United States Forest Service

CCOM provides limited communications and support for the US Forest Service in Clackamas County.

Codes & Dispositions


STATUS CODES
Status Codes are codes used for clarification of transmissions and to shorten communication time between dispatcher and units. Some of these codes are not used very often and I have tried to make mention of the most commonly used codes.
10-2 Radio Signal Good - Seldom used
10-4 Affirmative - Also means Situation OK
10-6 Busy - Seldom used
10-7 Out of Service - Usually for restroom visit
10-8 In Service - Generally used by dispatcher after cancel
10-11 Beginning Shift - Most units now log on to MDT
10-19 Return to Location - 610 10-19 to East for "Ride along"
10-20 Present Location - Sometimes just referred to as 20
10-21 Telephone Dispatch - Usually send sensitive info by MDT
10-23 Arrived at Location - Almost always used
10-27 Drivers License Information - Seldom used
10-28 Vehicle Registration Information - Seldom used
10-29 Warrant Information - Seldom used
10-30 Dangerous Situation - Seldom used
10-34 Request Current Time - Dispatcher gives time on every call
10-42 Change Talk Group - 610 10-42 to East for a call
10-43 Telephone Precinct - 610 10-43 North Desk Sgt.
10-45 Open Sally Port / Gate - Open the secure garage door
10-46 Confidential - 610 check your Box (MDT) for a 10-46 call
10-47 Minor Injury - Seldom used
10-48 Severe Injury - Seldom used
10-49 Fatal Injury - Usually say "Possible 55" (CRISS Code)
10-51 Sensitive Information - Usually sent to MDT
10-52 Felony Warrant - Always used when subject is wanted
10-53 Misdemeanor Warrant - Always used when subject is wanted
10-54 Warrant Confirmed - Seldom used. Usually done on Records
10-55 Subject Flagged Dangerous - Usually just read flag
10-61 Subject In Custody - Sometimes just say 61
10-62 Transporting Prisoner - 610 10-62 to MCDC with two
10-63 Transporting Citizen - 610 I'll be in route to xxx w/ victim
10-64 Transport Complete - 610 10-64 returning to district
10-71 Out of Service - Warrant Service - Better HIDE!!
10-72 Out of Service - Detail - Usually just say "610 on a detail from 124"
10-73 Out of Service - Follow Up - Usually say "I'll be at xxx on a follow up"
10-74 Out of Service - Servicing Equipment - 610 10-74 to Stanton Yard for chains
10-75 Out of Service - Stake Out - Usually say CODE 5 at xxx
10-81 Conditionally Available - Coffee Break - When they can get one!
10-82 Conditionally Available - Meal Break - Better eat FAST!!
10-83 Conditionally Available - Report Writing - This is the dirty work
10-84 Conditionally Available - Checking Vehicle - Seldom used
10-86 Conditionally Available - Walk & Talk - Seldom used
10-89 Conditionally Available - Other - Never used

Dispositions


Disposition Codes are used for entry into the incident log and are used when a unit clears the call. They are used to indicate the resolution of the call.
Q - DISPATCHER TERMINATED
1 - Cancel - Used if a call was canceled
2 - Re-Assigned - Usually due to assignment error

R - REPORT WILL BE WRITTEN
1 - Original - Most calls end with R1 (Phonetic seldom used)
2 - Supplemental - 610 10-8 R2

S - UNABLE TO LOCATE
1 - Person - 610 10-8 SAM 1
2 - Location - 610 10-8 SAM 2
3 - Subject Left Location - 610 10-8 SAM 3 (Added)

T - PREMISE CHECKED
1 - False Alarm - 610 10-8 TOM 1
2 - Found Secure -610 10-8 TOM 2
3 - Made Secure - 610 10-8 TOM 3

Z - WARRANT SERVICE
1 - Served - 610 10-8 ZEBRA 1
2 - Not Served - 610 10-8 ZEBRA 2

W - CALL SERVICED
1 - Assignment Complete - 610 10-8 WILLIE 1 (Very Common!)
2 - Person Assisted - 610 10-8 WILLIE 2
3 - Person Advised - 610 10-8 WILLIE 3
4 - Hazard Removed - 610 10-8 WILLIE 4
5 - Delivered Person, Message or Package - 610 10-8 WILLIE 5
6 - Peace Restored - 610 10-8 WILLIE 6
7 - Nuisance Abated - 610 10-8 WILLIE 7
8 - Handled by Other Unit / Agency - 610 10-8 WILLIE 8

X - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
1 - Person Checked OK - 610 10-8 XRAY 1
2 - Vehicle Checked OK - 610 10-8 XRAY 2

Y - ACTION TAKEN
1 - FIR Complete - 610 10-8 YELLOW 1 (Field Interview Report)
2 - Warning Issued - 610 10-8 YELLOW 2
3 - Citation Issued - 610 10-8 YELLOW 3

Other Codes


Some codes have migrated from other services into the standard communications protocol. Although they are not official they are used with great frequency. Some of the other codes found here are official but do not fall under any of the other headings.
12-34 Mentally Unstable - Borrowed form EMS codes
Code 0 Officer in Peril - Usually prompts a massive response
Code 1 Low Priority / Obey all laws - At your convenience
Code 2 Medium Priority -
Code 3 High Priority - Lights & Siren
Code 4 Situation Stable - Slow everybody down
Code 5 Stake Out - Stay out of the area

Fire

Clackamas County Fire District #1 (CCFD)

District map to all CCFD #1 station locations

Station/Apparatus List

Beavercreek Station 10

22310 S Beavercreek Road
Beavercreek, OR 97004
503-742-2610

Engine 10
Water Tender 10
Brush 10
Volunteer Engine 20

Clackamas Station 8

16100 SE 130th Avenue
Clackamas, OR 97015
503-742-2608

Engine 8
Water Rescue Boat 8

Clarkes Station 13

25675 S Beavercreek Road
Beavercreek, OR 97004
503-742-2613

Volunteer Engine 13
Water Tender 13

Happy Valley Station 6

12901 SE King Road
Happy Valley, OR 97236
503-742-2606

Engine 6
Brush 6

Highland Station 14

22295 S Lower Highland
Beavercreek, OR 97004
503-632-7013

Volunteer Engine 14

Hilltop Station 16

19340 S Molalla Blvd
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-742-2616

Engine 16
Reserve Engine 36

Holcomb Station 9

300 Longview Way
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-742-2609

Engine 9

John Adams Station 15

624 7th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-742-2615

Truck 15
Battalion 3

Lake Road Station 4

6600 SE Lake Road
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-742-2604

Truck 4
Battalion 2
Heavy Rescue 4

Logan Station 12

18081 S Harding Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-742-2612

Volunteer Engine 12
Brush 12
Water Tender 12

Milwaukie Station 2

3200 SE Harrison Street
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-742-2602

Engine 2
Rehab Bus 2

Mt. Scott Station 5

9339 SE Causey Ave
Happy Valley, OR 97086
503-742-2605

Engine 5
Heavy Squad 5

Oak Grove Station 3

2930 SE Oak Grove Blvd
Milwaukie, OR 97267
503-742-2603

Engine 3
Rescue 3

Pleasant Valley Station 7

10921 SE 172nd
Happy Valley, OR 97086
503-742-2607

Engine 7

Redland Station 11

18265 S Redland Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-742-2611

Engine 11
Water Tender 11
Brush 11

South End Station 17

19001 South End Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-742-2617

Squad 17

This station employs 3 officers and 3 apparatus operators, one of each for each ABC shift

Town Center Station 1

11300 SE Fuller Road
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-742-2601

Engine 1
Reserve Truck 21

Station Service Area Map

CCFD PDF

Other Fire Districts

Boring Fire District #59

Station 140
28655 SE Hwy 212
PO Box 85
Boring, OR 97009
503-663-4638

Brush 140
Engine 140
Engine 141
Engine 142
Rescue 140
Water Tender 140
Water Tender 141
Squad 140

Station 148
32200 SE Judd Rd.
Eagle Creek, OR 97022

Engine 148
Brush 148
Water Tender 148

Station 149
20100 SE Hwy. 212
Damascus, OR 97009

Engine 149
Rescue 149
Brush 149

Canby Fire District #62

Station 62
Battalion 6
Brush 61
Engine 61
Engine 63
Medic 61
Medic 62
Rescue 62
Squirt 62
Water Tender 61
Water Tender 62

Station 65
Engine 65
Rescue 65

Colton Fire District #70

Engine 129
Engine 125
Engine 123
Water Tender 126
Water Tender 124
Rescue 121
Brush 122
Air Trailer 129
Engine 1

Estacada Fire District #69

Gladstone Fire Department

E103

E102

E101

T106

R101

Hoodland Fire District #74

Station 251 - Welches

Squad-251, 2008 Dodge Ram, 5.7 liter Hemi, 4x4 pick up, advanced life support
Rescue-251, 1999 Ford, F-550, Boise Mobile Equipment, 7.3L power stroke, Hurst rescue tools, advanced life support
Engine-252, 2002 Pierce Dash, 500hp Cummins diesel, 1250 gpm single stage pump, 1000 gallon tank
Engine-254, 1996 International 4900 Crew Cab, 1250 gpm single stage pump, 520 gallon tank, 15 gallon foam tank, advanced life support, 4x4
Water Tender-251,1995 International Chassis, Laverne Fire Equipment, 435 HP cummins N14 diesel, 1250 gpm single stage pump, 3000 gallon tank, with 3000 gallon dump tank
Brush-251, 1996 Ford F-350 power stroke, 200 gallon tank, 20 gallon foam tank, 4x4
2501, Chevy Tahoe, 4x4
2509, Chevy Suburban, 4x4
2539, 2002 Dodge Ram Pickup

Station 252 - Brightwood

Squad-252, 1997 Ford F-350 7.3L diesel, 200 gallon tank, advanced life support, 4x4
Engine-251, 1982 Pierce Arrow, Custom cab, 8V71 Detroit Diesel, 1250 gpm single stage pump, 1000 gallon tank
Water Tender-252, 2003 Kenworth Chassis Built by Pierce, 430 cat diesel, 1250 gpm single stage pump, 3000 gal tank, with 3000 gallon dump tank

Station 253 - Government Camp

Squad-253, 2000 Ford Expedition 4x4, intermediate life support
Engine-253, 2008 Rosenbauer on HME 1871P 4x4 custom chassis, Cummins ISL 400hp diesel, Allison 3000 EVS automatic transmission, 1250 gpm Waterous single stage pump, 1000 gallon tank, 30 gallon foam cell, Akron Firefox joystick controlled deck gun.

Molalla Rural Fire Protection District #73

Station 81
Hwy 213 near Mulino

Station 82
Molalla Ave.

Station 85
Sawtell Rd.

Sandy Fire District #72

Main Station
17460 Bruns Ave.

Engine 71
Engine 72
Engine 78
Rescue 71
Rescue 73
Water Tender 71
Brush 71
Boat 71

Dover Station
24545 SE Firwood Rd.

Engine 75
Rescue 75
Water Tender 75
Brush 75

Roslyn Lake Station
13120 SE Ten Eyck Rd.

Engine 76
Water Tender 76

Lake Oswego

Sta 210 - Westlake
4900 Melrose Street
Engine 210

Sta 211 - Jean Road
4555 Jean Road
Engine 211* | Truck 211

Sta 212 - South Shore
1880 South Shore Blvd
Engine 212 | Brush Rig 212 | Boat 212

Sta 214 - Main
300 B Avenue
Engine 214 | Dive Rescue 214 | Battalion 1

  • NOTE: Engine 211 is used in alternate when Truck 211 is out of service

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