The mission of the Behavioral Health Unit is to coordinate the response of Law Enforcement and the Behavioral Health System to aid people in behavioral crisis resulting from known or suspected mental illness and or drug and alcohol addiction.
Provides a resource to officers and investigators on the street by utilizing the keen sense of smell and hearing of the canine whose task is to assist in the apprehension of suspects, the searching of buildings, finding articles of evidence and protection of police officers and community members.
FPDR can deduct insurance payments from your monthly pension check to certain providers. Retirees need to call FPDR to request new or changed deductions. Please call Beth Lloyd at 503-823-5502 with questions about insurance deductions from your FPDR pension payments.