Albany Police Department
- Updated on Monday, September 29, 2014 September 29, 2014
The Albany Police Department serves over 50,000 residents and employs sixty sworn officers and twenty-eight civilian staff who carry on a rich tradition of professional public safety service. The Department provides 24-hour service to the community every day of the year. The City of Albany Police Department celebrated its 150th Anniversary in 2010. We look forward to serving the citizens of Albany for many years to come.
Community partnerships are integral to our success in maintaining the public safety in Albany. In order to accomplish our mission of "Excellence Through Service," we encourage community involvement and input. Citizens share a responsibility to actively report all public safety concerns and work closely with us to help resolve problems and develop long-term solutions. We encourage citizens to become involved through programs like our Citizen's Academy, Neighborhood Watch, Citizen Patrol, Safe and Secure Seniors Independent (SASSI), Graffiti Abatement, Ride-a-Long Patrol Observation, or Neighborhood Speed Watch. You may contact our Community Resource Unit at 541-917-3206 for further information on any of our community education programs. By working together, we will continue to create and maintain the quality of life we expect for all who live in and visit Albany.
National Night Out scheduled for August 5
On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, neighborhoods throughout the City of Albany are invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “31st Annual National Night Out” (NNO) crime and drug prevention event. National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored by local law enforcement agencies and ADT, will involve over 35 million people from all 50 states in “America’s Night Out Against Crime”. Read More...
NEW! Officers are looking for assistance identifying these subjects.
If you encounter any of the subjects in these photographs, do not approach them. Call the listed officer or the Albany Police Department non-emergency line at 541-917-7680.
The Albany Police Department is seeking the community’s help in locating these wanted subjects. If you see any of these people, call 911 immediately.
DO NOT attempt to apprehend these people.
Albany Police Department cold case files.
In the past five years over 405 vehicles were reported stolen to the Albany Police Department. The Albany Police Department is offering the Club™ anti-theft protection device to citizens at the wholesale price of $12.50.