|Police Department: FAQ's|
Frequently Asked Questions:
A:McMinnville Police Department is located at 121 SW Adams Street, McMinnville, Oregon 97128. At the corner of 2nd street and SW Adams, adjacent to the Fire Department and the Public Library
A: Most police records are public records. There are, however, exceptions such as ongoing investigations and juvenile records. A request for reports may be made at the police department business office, or you may mail in a request to:
McMinnville Police Department
121 SW Adams Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Or, fax it to us at: 503-434-2335
A: No. Due to the potential for damage to vehicles, the police department does not open locked vehicles. If a child is locked inside the vehicle, the police and/or fire department will respond to remove the child from the vehicle.
A: Traffic citations are processed through the City of McMinnville Municipal Court, which is located at 230 NE 2nd Street, McMinnville, OR 97128. Additional questions regarding traffic citations or the Municipal Court process may be answered by calling Municipal Court at 503.434.7402
A: No! Please do not dial 9-1-1 if it is not an emergency. All "NON-EMERGENCY calls for service in the Yamhill County area should be made to Yamhill Communications (YCOM) at 503.434.6500
A.You will need to contact the Property and Evidence Department at 503.434.2345 or 503.434.7307
A.811.720 When an accident must be reported: You must report your accident if it happened on a highway or premise open to the public, and resulted in any of the following: 1) More than $1500 in damage to your vehicle; 2) More than $1500 in damage to any one person’s property; 3) A vehicle towed from the scene as a result of the damage; 4) Injury to any person (no matter how minor the injury); or, 5) the death of any person:
(a) The reporting requirements for drivers under ORS 811.725.
(b) The reporting requirements for occupants of vehicles in accidents under ORS 811.735.
(c) The reporting requirements for owners of vehicles under ORS 811.730.
A.You will need to call the Yamhill County Jail directly at: 503.434.7507
A.Fingerprinting services are available Tuesdays from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. No appointment is necessary. There is a $15 fee and you must present photo identification. We are only able to accept cash or checks.