Safety & Emergency Preparation

Crime Reporting Numbers

Emergency 9-1-1
When needing emergency police, fire or medical help
When suspicious behavior is occurring

Oregon State Police Non-Emergency Dispatch

Washington County Non-Emergency Dispatch

Reporting Incidents to SRN
503-621-3501 or email alert [at] SkylineRidgeNeighbors [dot] org

Multnomah County Non-Emergency Response
Reporting an incident in Portland, press 2
Unincorporated Multnomah County, press 5

Are You Prepared?

The American Red Cross recommends you ask yourself the following questions:

  • How will my family reunite following a major disaster?
  • What should we do if the water supply is contaminated?
  • How will we obtain emergency information if the electricity is out?
  • If no medical professionals are available, who can give first aid to my family?
  • Can we evacuate our home safely in five minutes? And if so, what should we take with us?

Gather a 3-Day Disaster Supplies Kit and develop a Family Emergency Plan. These steps will help reduce confusion and panic. Your Kit and Plan should be reviewed, rehearsed, and updated by the entire family yearly with the entire family. In addition, consider taking first aid classes, a CPR class, and giving blood. An adequate blood supply before disaster strikes is critical for immediate needs during relief and recovery efforts. Call 1-800-448-3543 to schedule a blood donation appointment.