Resources

Accidents and Insurance

State of Oregon Insurance Division
Index of insurance and accident-related information from the State of Oregon

Consumer Guide to Auto Insurance
Consumer guide for the insurance-buying public from the State of Oregon

Oregon Traffic Accident and Insurance Report
File this form within 72 hours of an accident if any of the following occurred:

  • Damage to any vehicle or person’s property exceeds $1500
  • Injury (no matter how minor)
  • A vehicle is towed from the scene as a result of damages
  • Death

Driver responsibilities when an accident occurs
Traffic accident reporting requirements and procedures

Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles
The Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV) branch of the Oregon Department of Transportation

Bike/Pedestrian

Bicycle Transportation Alliance Legal Resources
Legal resources for pedestrians and bicyclists provided by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance

Oregon Pedestrian Rights: A Legal Guide for Persons on Foot
Guide to pedestrian rights in Oregon provided by the Willamette Pedestrian Alliance

Pedal Power: A Legal Guide for Oregon Bicyclists
Guide to bicycle rights in Oregon provided by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance

Bicycle and Pedestrian Laws and Regulations
Guide to specific Oregon bicycle and pedestrian statutes from the Oregon Department of Transportation

Transportation

Tri-Met
The Portland metropolitan transportation agency responsible for area buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail and the Portland Streetcar

Tri-Met Trip Planner
An online tool to help you plan a trip to a regional destination using buses, light rail, commuter rail or the streetcar, including transfers, walking directions and correct fare

Public Safety

In the case of an emergency, call 911

Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office
Clackamas County Jail, (503) 655-8331
Non-emergency hotline, (503) 655-8211

Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office
Multnomah County Jail, (503) 988-5060
Non-emergency hotline, (503) 823-3333

Washington County Sheriff
Washington County Jail, (503) 846-2700
Non-emergency hotline, (503) 629-0111

City of Beaverton Police Department, (503) 526-2260

City of Hillsboro Police Department, (503) 681-6190

City of Portland Police Department, (503) 823-0000

Dog/Animal Attacks

Clackamas County Dog Services
General information, (503) 655-8628

Multnomah County Animal Services
Emergency response, (503) 988-7387

Washington County Animal Control
Animal services, (503) 846-7041

Victim Rights and Information

Crime Victim’s Rights
Legal rights and resources for crime victims provided by the Oregon Department of Justice

Victim Information and Notification Everyday
Online resource that allows crime victims to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day

Domestic Violence

Clackamas Women’s Services
Crises line 24 hours a day, (503) 654-2288, toll free (888) 654-2288
Office,(503) 722-2366

Multnomah County Domestic Violence
Crises hotline 24 hours a day, (800) 799-SAFE (7233)
Resources for victims

Washington County Domestic Violence Resource Center
Crises line 24 hours a day, (503) 469-8620, toll free (866) 469-8600

Immigration

Regional Immigration Detention Center
Tacoma, Washington: (253) 779-6000