Public Safety Media Releases

  1. Rain Decreases Fire Restrictions

    The recent rain and cooler temperatures have made it possible to decrease fire restrictions across southwest Oregon. Effective immediately, the fire danger level on Oregon Department of Forestry protected lands in Jackson and Josephine counties will lower Additional Info...
  2. RADE PRESS RELEASE / MCMANUS ARREST

    The Rogue Area Drug Enforcement Team (RADE) executed a search warrant at the listed location on 08-29-17. During the execution of that warrant, nearly 8 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, packaging materials, scales and over $52,000 dollars was seized. Additional Info...
  3. 323 SE G St Press Release - Arrest

    On September 18th, 2017 at approximately 12:00 PM Grants Pass Fire/Rescue, Rural Metro Fire Department, and American Medical Response responded to a structure fire. After suppression efforts concluded, detectives from the Grants Pass Department of Public Additional Info...
  4. Explosion in an RV 17-733300

  5. STRUCTURE FIRE 17-44895

    Grants Pass Department of Public Safety Police Officer reported a fire at the corner of NE 9th & NE G St. The Officer reported the single story structure with heavy black smoke. Additional Info...
  1. RADE Press Release - Tennessee

    See attached press release from the U.S. Department of Justice related to an investigation the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement Team (RADE) assisted with . Additional Info...
  2. 17-43508 Drowning Press Release

  3. ELUDE UUV 17-43169 PRESS RELEASE

  4. Labor Day DUII Enforcement

    During the month of August, the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety once again joined forces with other Oregon law enforcement agencies to participate in High Visibility Enforcement Operations. Patrols were increased to aggressively look for impaired Additional Info...
  5. ARSON PRESS RELEASE 17-42372

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  1. Neighborhood Watch Newsletter - September - October 2017

    In this newsletter: Back to School Safety, Fire Prevention Week, Fire Evacuation Plans and Alarms, and Halloween Safety Read on...
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